Born and raised in New York City. my love of art, photography and film was sparked at The Chapin School, nurtured at Kenyon College, and at Speos Ecole de la Photography in Paris. When my work was published in VU magazine at age 19, I knew that my passion would be my career.
Moving fluidly between art and commercial worlds, I have exhibited my work internationally in solo and group shows at galleries as well as art foundations. No matter what the subject, my images resonate with a strong sense of humanity. It's the people—often unseen—who drive the work. For high-level commercial collaborations, I bring a thoughtful approach and unique perspective to every project, assembling teams of top creatives to execute concept with both intellect and skill.
The recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, I am a member of the newly founded Female Design Council. I have served on the board of The Humane Society of New York since 2004 and joined the NY Advisory Council of the National Democratic Institute in 2017, donating my time to causes which align with my values.
I am married to the writer and editor Stephen Wallis, and I need to make sure he edits this bio before I consider it final.