My work explores history, representation and otherness within the documentary tradition. I use photography to open up a narrative that confronts our understanding of culture; one poised between notions of what is right and what is wrong. I am interested in carving out a path that explores the subjective relationship to the people I photograph, resulting in images that are meant to implicate the photographer as well as the viewer.
I was born in Kentucky and currently live and work where my intersts take me. I received a BFA from New York University and an MFA from the University of California, Irvine. I live on the roMy work has been featured in publications including Adbusters, Elle, Granta, Mother Jones, New York Times Magazine, Oxford American, Rolling Stone, Vice, and Wired.