I’m a photographer and visual storyteller, based in Toronto, Ontario. Using images, video, and words, my work focuses on sharing stories that connect people to nature and help translate complex science and conservation issues in a relatable and emotional way.
I find myself endlessly inspired by nature; by the enduring complexity found in life’s tiny organisms, to its sweeping landscapes quietly illuminated at the edges of the day, to the people I encounter with their own stories and connections to place. Photography has been a way to not only express and share this wonder, but also to hopefully change perceptions and values, and inspire action. To me, this is the power of imagery and storytelling, something that I continue to pursue each day.
Along with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Environmental Studies and Philosophy from Queen’s University, I hold a post-graduate certificate from Fleming College and the Royal Ontario Museum in Environmental Visual Communication, and a UAV Pilot Ground School certificate from Humber College.
Recently, I have worked with Canadian Geographic, Ontario BioBlitz, Ontario Nature and the Royal Ontario Museum.