On the job! Thank you Operation International Kids Pediatric Medical Mission - "No shower, no sleep, no make-up. Who cares, when you're documenting a team of doctors saving children. Doing what I love." Techiman, Ghana 2019
Artist Statement: "An old friend gave me a Polaroid camera. I started shooting my model friends and taking portraits during my travels as a model. I went to a Tattoo Convention in Amsterdam to document a family of artists, The Leu Family Iron, and when I returned to NYC, one of the images ended up in an Upper East Side gallery. Then, Art Unlimited from Amsterdam approached me to print postcards worldwide. I continued showing in galleries and started selling my art to private collectors. What started as snapping Polaroids of friends quickly evolved into a second career shooting portraits for magazines and taking me to the far reaches of the world such as Morocco and Peru to shoot medical missions for children."
Specialties: Portraits, Humanitarian and Fine Art Photography. Originally from San Antonio, Texas. Currently lives and works as a photographer in New York City. Private commissions available upon request.
Recent work: Delaware Contemporary, Women's Prison Association, Operation International Kids, New York Historical Society Museum & Library, The International Leica Society, Leica Camera, P.INK (Personal Ink) Project/Saved Tattoo, Belmond Hotels, 100cameras.org, Save The Children, SAGE, Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Online/Print include: S MODA/El Pais, Oprah, Conde Nast Traveler, Glamour, WSJ, Harpers Bazaar Japan, British Vogue, French Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Vanity Fair, W Magazine, Visionaire.