If you are reading this, thank you for being here. Thank you for taking the time to look at my work and to read a little about me. I am a Northern California native that learned the appreciation of nature from the towering Redwoods that surrounded me. I found myself at Oregon State University (Go Beavs!) in 2011 where I later graduated in Human Services and immediately began working in a Corvallis homeless shelter. In 2016, I moved to Albany and began working as a Case Manager for the Linn-Benton Housing Authority where we assist the elderly, disabled, and families with their rent every month. 

2016 is also when I decided to pick up a camera and go out in nature specifically to photograph it. I immediately became obsessed and have since spent as much time as possible out in the field. It has grown my appreciation and concern for the natural world and has greatly enhanced my life. My goal is to share the beauty I admire so much and to hopefully grow that same admiration in others.

Again, thank you for being here.