- Juried: My Beautiful Sex, Spring 2018: Kerckhoff Art Gallery, UCLA
- Juried: Connect to Protect, Spring 2017: Bergamot Station Arts Center, Santa Monica, CA
When I was in 5th grade, my mom bought me a Fujifilm disposable camera for a school field trip. I was going camping with my class, and I took pictures of everything in sight; the cabins, the lake, the dining hall. Most of the photos were blurry and had my thumb in the frame. However, 11-year-old me was very pleased.
Photography remains to be one of my favorite forms of self-expression and documentation. My background in anthropology instilled a deep appreciation for visual diaries, and I see photography as a way to touch people of the past. After all, film + photography are the only art forms that captures time as it unfolds.
I primarily shoot on film, and Minolta SRT 101 is my camera of choice. Living in Los Angeles, I have a soft spot for sun-drenched scenery. But usually, I just shoot whatever looks cool. 🙂
Below is a visual collection of people, places, and things… all fragments of my memory!
Some of my favorite moments from Europe! All of these photos were taken on my beloved Minolta SRT-101 on 35 mm film. Enjoy!
A morning in Malibu, captured on my film camera (Minolta SRT-101). Enjoy x
Although I absolutely love using my Nikon and iPhone, I think there’s something really special and nostalgic when it comes to disposable cameras. I remember disposable cameras were primarily used in my house growing up, and we still have boxes and boxes of grainy, printed photos from every occasion. A couple months ago I randomly […]