I see photography as transformative -- a way to shift how we see and see ourselves.
I entered my first darkroom at Swarthmore College and was immediately hooked. At Swarthmore I practiced double exposure photography—which allowed me to merge moments and ideas—and macro photography, which connected my studio work to my biology studies. After college, photography still infused my pursuits: in a neurology lab I investigated pathways of learning and memory through microscopy, as a teacher I designed and taught a course that was half biology lab and half photography studio, and at Kaiser I founded an Art Program in the Pediatric Infusion Center. Throughout all of this, photography was a constant—a way for me to merge, create, and see deeply.
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