I document my findings, observations, and experiences through words, images, and multi-medium pursuits.
I am a student in the Interdisciplinary PhD in Aging Studies at Tulane University's School of Medicine.

Poland was my base for seven years, where I worked for the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York and its local partner, the Auschwitz Jewish Center.
Living in East Central Europe enabled me to explore a number of regional projects related to post-conflict issues.

As a Rotary Peace Fellow at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand, I studied Peace Studies & Conflict Resolution in a Professional Certificate program.
This experience informed my work in Poland and led me to Cambodia, where I research post-conflict healing and contribute to an annual conference.

Communications and history were my undergraduate foci at Florida International University.
Sociocultural anthropology was my MA domain at Columbia University, which enabled me to conduct my fieldwork in Kraków as a Fulbright Scholar.

I explore what moves me with the goal of helping others do the same.
I am always open to creative cooperation and conversation; please contact me any time.