I've always felt very strange about showcasing my work because I like to have my hands in everything. I've worked professionally as a photographer, videographer and audio journalist. Diversity in my work allows me to bring creativity and adaptability to stories.
I'm currently working on an independent podcast called Parks, an audio documentary on the history of Indigenous land theft and colonization in U.S. National Parks.
I'm also working as a research producer at Blue Wire podcasting, and reporter and producer at American Diagnosis. I've been a photo editor at Outside Magazine and NPR and a freelance photojournalist across the U.S. for NYT and The Washington Post. I've also worked as a videographer and producer for MPR: The Current.
I'm obsessed with trees, rock climbing, and love reading history. I recently moved to Ojibwe, Potawatomi, and Odawa land, otherwise known as Chicago, IL.
If you want to work together (or be friends) contact me!
The New York Times, The Washington Post, NPR, USA Today, Outside Magazine, iHeartMedia, The Players Tribune, Public Radio International, MPR, Blue Wire Studios, Just Human Productions, The Des Moines Register, and more.