I’m a NYC-based environmental portrait photographer passionate about artisans, designers, food and travel.
My images are stylish, classic yet modern and tell a story.
With years in luxury fashion photography combined with a marketing background, I bring quick thinking, problem solving and a discerning eye to fast-paced, team environments.
Originally from Nashville, I studied psychology and art at Northwestern University, danced to a lot of Chicago house and ate too much deep-dish pizza.
Chicago was a bit too cold for a Southern girl so I moved to New York City and began working with photographers such as Craig McDean, Brigitte Lacombe, Peter Lindbergh, Paolo Roversi, then four years with David Sims.
Then I moved to India for two years and shot everyone from tribal groups to socialites and Bollywood stars, discovered a love for South Indian food and traveled extensively throughout the country.
When not shooting, you can find me chilling in Brooklyn with my rescued Indian street dog Bogus or baking the most Uh-Mazing chocolate chip cookies.
The Wall Street Journal, British GQ, Monocle, Target, Time Out New York, Foot Locker, Foot Action, Wieden+Kennedy India, CARE India, Vogue India, Architectural Digest India, Singapore Airlines, CN Traveler India, GQ India, and Harper’s Bazaar India