About & Contact

I’m a documentary photographer, designer, and researcher born and raised in Brooklyn, New York.

My work explores aspects of the human experience that are not inherently visual with a focus on the ways in which people find and form communities for themselves. Since 2021, I’ve been documenting social clubs and subcultures across New York City and following the threads wherever they lead–from the yo-yo renaissance to the psychedelic wellness industry. My niche is niches.

Vernacular Typography, my long-term project documenting the fading typographic landscape around the world, was fiscally-sponsored by New York Foundation for the Arts and exhibited in a solo show at the Usagi Gallery in Brooklyn, New York.

Based in Brooklyn, NY. 

Publications & Press
The New York Times, Vice, HuffPost, Hyperallergic, Il Post, La Repubblica, Landscape Architecture Magazine, NHK

  • Rhode Island School of Design, BFA, Graphic Design
  • School of Visual Arts, MA, Design Research, Writing & Criticism
  • International Center of Photography, Documentary Practice & Visual Journalism
  • Eddie Adams Workshop XXXV (Recipient of the New York Times Award)