24 Apr Through my lens
My photography work has taken me around the world, and around the corner in the places I call home.
I’ve photographed the aftermath of natural disasters, the trans-formative process of Haitian metal workers. Witnessed families return to their new homes, their communities devastated by typhoons. Photographed former addicts who were too afraid to be seen. Documented musicians and their life-on-the-road. I’ve been there to meet brand new babies and to photograph those struggling with terminal illness.
I’ve witnessed heart-break, grief, fear, beauty, vulnerability and love – all through my lens.
With each scenario and with every person I encounter, I want them to feel seen. I want to transcend language and culture, to connect. With dignity, respect and gratitude – for trusting me to tell stories.
Here is a sample of the breadth and depth of my work.