I am a renaissance woman of many passions, primarily storytelling, visual media, movement art and extreme sports. Originally from the bohemian coastlands of Sonoma County, California, my young life was heavily based in dance, literature, philosophy and the unquenchable thirst for outdoor adventures.
In 2009, I moved south to study filmmaking for four years at California State University, Long Beach where I attained my B.A. in Narrative Film Production, Directing & Producing. After graduating in 2013, I explored the world on my own terms and through my own lens, realizing more and more that my greatest passions were travel, adventure and documentary-style photography. Capturing people in their elements, wildlife in their habitats, and nature in all her splendid glory was what brought me the greatest sense of joy and duty. My mission became to discover, experience, and document the true beauty of the natural world and the way we humans commune with it.
In 2014, I moved north to Portland, Oregon to study yoga and eastern philosophy. I became a certified yoga and meditation instructor in the summer of 2015, and I continue to teach private and public classes locally and on the road.
In 2017, I moved to Bozeman, Montana where I started playing paintball on a growing all-women's team and I now play Fifth Division National League and scenario games across the US.
I currently live in northern Utah, but I am always open to project proposals and collaborations in other locations as I travel often. Feel free to contact me to discuss and create!