I am a San Francisco Bay Area photographer and writer who tells stories of our time through photos of people, the built environment, and the way the two intersect. I’m most interested in capturing fleeting social and visual culture, propelled by the notion that “one day, this will be gone”.
As a writer, I’ve worked in journalism and poetry. Photography offers an opportunity to combine the two sensibilities in a visual medium.
I record what I see with a blend of humanity and objectivity that aims to be aesthetically pleasing, while capturing the feeling of life’s temporal nature and doing justice to its colorful and messy glory.
My photography has appeared in The International Center of Photography, Black Box Gallery, The Image Flow, Marin Society of Artists, and O’Hanlon Center for the Arts, among others. My writing has appeared in The New York Times and The Christian Science Monitor. I am the author of a non-fiction book about the Slow Parenting movement.
Apr 20 - Jun 30, 2020