I photograph my environment, from the mountains of concrete, glass and steel that makes up the skyline of downtown Chicago, to the details of my home, and even my body. I find beauty and uniqueness in what some might say is mundane.
I was born and raised in Chicago. I studied Chicago's part in architectural history, as well as the history of the photographers who used Chicago as the backdrop (and subject matter) for their work. As Chicago changes, I want to continue the tradition of documenting how we change with it, and how we shape Chicago moving forward.
My photographs have been represented by Ula Art Gallery in Crown Point, IN. (www.ulagallery.com), displayed in art galleries in Evanston and Willow Springs, at The Chicago Public Library’s Sulzer Regional Branch, the Deerfield Public Library, various cafés in Chicago, and art fairs throughout Chicago and suburbs.