I love people: their shapes and sizes,
their faces and fingers. I want to capture joy and movement and the breathtaking diversity that exists right before my eyes.
I want to have a visual conversation with everyone in the world.
I picked up my first camera in 2014, following years as a writer, playwright, and teacher. I haven’t looked back.
As a photographer with cerebral palsy, it is essential for me to take pictures of my people. I want to move beyond inspiration to celebrate our beauty, our ferocity, individuality, our pride, power and our community.