i'm a storyteller who was born and raised in the san fernando valley. i completed my undergrad in portland, oregon and before my finals were graded, i moved back in with my parents because i missed not buying groceries.
i'm currently an mfa candidate in photography & media at calarts primarily working with text and photographs.
my love language is film and most of the images you see on this website were made with a mamiya 645e named autumn leigh. my personal work centers around themes of longing, belonging and dissecting the various ways people, memories and physical spaces are home. my practice is also influenced by the way black women have been and are currently portrayed in pop culture. the church of christ and the church of mtv raised me.
despite having my expensive degree (and subsequent second degree) that taught me how to write a proper bio, i still don't see the point in writing in third person.
i am available for work and though my home base is los angeles, i have been known to travel. let's make memories.
Interviews & select features:
KPCRadio.com: Love, Women (May 2018)
Women and Non-Binary Music Photographers Step Forward in 'To The Front' (December 2017)
Lady Hustle Mag (March 2017)
KPCRadio.com: Exposure (March 2017)
Girls To The Front show review (January 2017)
#girlgaze (December 2016)
Na'Tori McConnell (September 2016)
Vans Warped Tour (August 2016)
Taste of Chaos (July 2016)
The Used at the Novo (May 2016)
The Week (May 2016)
Sea Foam Magazine (April 2016)
Strangers You Know at the Roxy (March 2016)
Cady Groves at the YouTube Space LA (February 2016)
Babe Vibes (January 2016)
KPCRadio.com: In the Hot Box (October 2015)
Hours Lost: Remember Why You Started (September 2015)
The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society (September 2015)
MySpace: 10 Emo AF People We Met At Taking Back Tuesday: Emo Night LA (April 2015)
KPCRadio.com: Alan's Art Talk (April 2015)
The Frenemy: The Year Of No More Sorry (January 2015)
Foto Infinitum (October 2014)
Mtv.com (August 2014)
Darkroom Film Junkies (September 2012)
Nope Fun (August 2012)