Brooklyn, 2014.

I was born in Oak Park, IL before studying photography and environmental studies at New York University.

I’ve had work featured in ABC News, The Wall Street Journal, WNYC, PBS, Audubon Magazine, The Pollution Blog, and exhibited at The Gowanus Loft, The New York Public Library, Calumet Gallery, Gulf and Western Gallery and the Old Toad Farm. My documentary, Dead Horse Bay: New York’s Hidden Treasure Trove of Trash, won a national Emmy for Outstanding Video Journalism in 2016. I live in Brooklyn and all views expressed on this website are my own.