My images from the 1 in 3 Campaign Project grant were exhibited in Washington, DC, in September for the group show, A Night of Reproductive Artivism.
Awarded a grant from Advocates for Youth's 3 in 1 Campaign to document stories of abortion access and reproductive rights.
Led two teen photography workshops at the Los Angeles Center of Photography in July: Introduction to Portrait Photography for Teens and The Urban Landscape for Teens.
Led a two month-long photography workshop with individuals who have experienced drug addiction, homelessness, and trauma in Morgantown, West Virginia, and curated a traveling exhibition of images. Press here and here. Discussion of the project on West Virginia University's podcast here.
Awarded grants from Harrison County Family Resource Network & Project SUCCESS, West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, and WVU Injury Control Research Center for Unseen Morgantown: A Community Photovoice Project.
My images from the series The Skid Row Choir were selected for publication in My Body Was Left On the Street: Music Education and Displacement, edited by Kính T. Vũ and André de Quadros, from Sense Publishers in 2019.
Took over the Los Angeles Center of Photography Instagram April 30 - May 6.
Seven of my images were selected by for Projections in the Boomyard at Infinity Gallery in Los Angeles, curated by Month of Photography Los Angeles.
Led after-school photography workshops with high school students through the Lucie Foundation and exhibited student work at the Las Fotos Gallery in Los Angeles.
Led after-school photography workshops with middle and high school students from January to October at the Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club.
Selected for the Los Angeles Center of Photography's online virtual gallery "The Creative Portrait Exhibition” curated by Ann Jastrab.
Displayed work in The Residential College Alumni Art Exhibition at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
Took over the Open Society Foundations Instagram from April 24 to 30.
Led summer photography workshops for teens at the Los Angeles Center of Photography.
Led a two month-long photography workshop with women, trans, and gender-non-conforming people in North Carolina who have experienced drug addiction and homelessness, and curated a traveling exhibition of images.
Awarded a grant from Third Wave Foundation for Southern Etiquette Photovoice Project.
Selected by Fotografia Magazine: "Ten Best #FotoMobile Submissions, Vol 51"
The Huffington Post, "Documenting the Lives of People who Use Drugs Through Photography"
Amplifier Magazine, "Exploring drug use, gender, and Southern culture through photography"
The Los Angeles Times (print edition), "Keep it simple, silly. Forget the fads and take a good walk."
Scalawag Magazine, "A drug user's union is reimagining public health in the South"
The Raleigh News & Observer, "Why North Carolina needs syringe exchange"
2015 & 2014
North Carolina Health News, "In Final Act, Fracking Commission Recommends Public Health Study"
North Carolina Health News, "Residents Urge Stronger Health Protections from Fracking"
North Carolina Health News, "Panel Cites NC Health Benefits from Federal Carbon Plan"