She began her photography career as an intern photojournalist for the New Haven Register. Prior to relocating to London, she worked as a freelance photographer in Connecticut and New York for clients such as The Source Magazine, Savoy Magazine, AmeriCares, and Yale University Art Gallery. She has exhibited widely throughout the United States and Europe and has undertaken a number of portrait projects in Africa and Latin America.
While she was living abroad, her family was deported, forcing her to reconsider her relationship to the notion of ‘home’. Photography became the medium for this negotiation, a way to investigate how the process of taking photographs itself reshapes memory and feeling and ultimately becomes a way to re-root oneself