I'm a photographer, writer, and editor based out of Oakland, California. I love photographing a wide variety of subjects, but I particularly enjoy taking pictures of people. At present I work as a photojournalist and cover Berkeley news for the Daily Californian.

In addition to photography, I'm an editor and writer for the Berkeley Scientific Journal. Most recently, I wrote about the history of physics and the philosophy of science in an article you can read here (page 41).

I write about my home state for the Berkeley Political Review, UC Berkeley's only non-partisan political magazine. You can read my musings on California's drought here.

I cover local events and city politics in Richmond for the Richmond Pulse. Recently, I profiled and interviewed Richmond's mayoral candidates. You can read my work for the most recent issue of the Pulse here.

I also edit and write for Entheoscope, a magazine dedicated documenting the culture and science of psychedelia. You can read my case for the legalization of drugs, published in our first issue, here. For Issue 2, I wrote a poem titled "The Subjective Lens" which you can access here (page 48).

When I'm not working you can usually find me outdoors, often in a hammock or on a motorcycle - two places where I find peace. Please don't hesitate to reach out to discuss a quote for my freelance work, prints, or event photography.

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