As a multimedia journalist, I work to capture images that compliment and enhance my written work.

Whenever I'm in the field, I look for ways to bring a reader closer to my story. Photography presents a critical way for bringing my stories to life whether it be through establishing a sense of place with a sweeping landscape or capturing the human experience with an intimate portrait. 

Inside Reinke Brothers' haunted mansion and store (Colorado Community Media)

Unmasking America (News21)

Voices of the Young Voters (Colorado Politics)

Twenty-year-old University of Colorado Boulder student Shay Mannik stands next to a Boulder County Ballot drop box. Ahead of the 2020 General Election, I spoke with young, first-time presidential voters about their hopes, fears and pressure.

International Church of Cannabis (CU Independent) 

For 4/20, I wrote an intimate feature article about Denver's International Church of Cannabis.

Mark Kennedy protest (Think Progress)

In April 2019, I covered the controversial selection of Mark Kennedy as the University of Colorado's new system-wide president. Students on CU's Boulder campus protested the selection, sighting Kennedy's anti-civil rights voting record while he was a member of Congress. This picture was published as part of a breaking news article for ThinkProgress.

CU Boulder's South Asian Student Association's "Colors of South Asia" performance (CU Independent) 

A member of CU Boulder's South Asian Student Association performs during "Colors of South Asia," a student-led cultural event.

2019 Denver Womxn's March (CU Independent)