I document my findings, observations, and experiences through words, images, and multi-medium pursuits. My regions of focus have been East Central Europe, Southeast Asia, the Southeastern United States. In August 2018, I will begin an Interdisciplinary PhD in Aging Studies at Tulane University.

I spent seven years based in Kraków engaged in a number of projects and served as Manager of Programs Abroad for the Auschwitz Jewish Center, a partner of the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York. While earning a Master's degree in Sociocultural Anthropology at Columbia University, I conducted fieldwork in Poland as a Fulbright Scholar. As a Rotary Peace Fellow at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, I earned a Professional Certificate in Peace Studies & Conflict Resolution. My undergraduate studies began in a theatre department and culminated with a dual degree in Journalism and History from Miami's Florida International University. In Cambodia, I research post-conflict healing and co-lead an annual international conference in Phnom Penh.

I am always open to creative cooperation and conversation; feel free to contact me any time.