I am a French/American visual artist currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia. I moved back to the United States in 2009 from Paris, France where I was researching 20th century French writers for my dissertation on autobiography and personal writing. Before that I received an M.A. in Humanistic Psychology for which I studied Journal Writing and Self-Growth.
My academic focus has been on identity, self-knowledge and self-understanding with a particular interest on identity fragmentation as regards gender and multiculturalism and how these issues are manifested and confronted in autobiography. I have continued this focus in my photographic work which now deals with many of the same issues from a personal perspective.
My work has most been exhibited in national and international galleries as well as many online publications such as LensCulture, l’Oeil de la photographie and Dodho Magazine and can be found in private collections throughout the US.
In 2015 I completed my Master of Fine Arts at Savannah College of Art and Design and am currently represented by United Photographic Artists Gallery.