I believe in the power of perspective. In my work, I use practical effects to touch on how our perspective on life affects our perception, influencing the lives we lead. My goal is to create photographs that dabble between abstract truths and concrete reality. By drawing connections between illusions of realism and the subjectivity of human experience, my work lingers between daylight and daydream. 

Avoiding heavy post-processing techniques, I construct my photographs through carefully constructed sets. I incorporate drawing, painting, and stage design into my photography to introduce tricky visuals into my photographs. Owing to the flatness of the photograph, along with its accuracy in capturing the likeness of reality, I am able to hide the trick to my illusions within plain view. 



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2018 :

"2018 Photography Exhibition" at Scarab Club, Detroit

"Phases" at Galerie Camille, Detroit

2017 : 

Group Exhibit "In Transit" at the Ann Arbor Art Center.

2016 : 

Student Exhibition at Original Ann Arbor Art Fair funded by the New Artists, New Art program.

"Glimpse" at Galerie Camille

2015 :

Group Exhibit "CrOp: Detroit" at the Harris Building in Grand Rapids, MI.

Group Exhibit "CrOp: Detroit" at the Fenton Community Center.



Grant recipient from The Chow Collection based in Boston.

Double recipient of Honorable Mention for Professional Fine Art Photographer of the Year by Monochrome Awards.

Fourth Place and Published in Photographer's Forum Best of College Photography Issue

Graduated Washtenaw Community College with an A.A.S. in Photographic Technologies.

Work published in Your Daily Photograph by Duncan Miller Gallery


Work published in Your Daily Photograph by Duncan Miller Gallery


Recipient of Honorable Mention for Amateur Portrait Photographer of the Year by Monochrome Awards

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