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The memory of trauma is so often located in place. In this series, I explore my relationship to the spaces of my own trauma.

To create this series, I spent one morning in the town of my childhood, with two rolls of film and a borrowed car. I drove to the places of my memory, jumped out of the car, and tried to capture the texture of these spaces. The results were grainy--the film was expired--and unfinished, as most trauma is. 

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SPACES

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This project is ongoing. 
Western medicine doesn’t quite know what to do with chronic pain. We can't see it, we can't measure it, and we can't seem to treat it. I didn’t leave medical school for simple reasons. But the way we manage invisible illness wasn’t entirely unrelated.

I don’t believe photography captures as much as it creates—it creates a vision, an orientation, an understanding. In this ongoing project, I'm exploring ways to “see” chronic pain. 

Cupping is a practice that has existed in many societies throughout history. It leaves large purple circles on the body—places where blood and lymph have been mobilized and pulled to the surface. It is therapeutic, but it also is visual—you can see areas of muscle tightness, nerve irritation, and fluid stagnation. You can see pain.

chronic
pain

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There's something incredible about meeting women who spend their time creating. They are generative, they are multifaceted, and they are incredibly rich subjects to photograph.


local female artists

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I lived many lives before I became a professional photographer. My most recent transition was leaving medical school to become a professional photographer and artist. It's a long story. But mostly, there are just too many parts of me to contain and I'm highly skilled in the art of transition and transformation. So whether you're enriching your life  or moving in a different direction, I'm your girl.

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