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​Most people that see my work are first surprised by my age— I am now 17, and I started taking photos when I was 12 as an elective. I realized I wanted to pursue photography at 13 when I won my first Scholastics National Gold Medal and was awarded a full high school scholarship at a top-ranking private school.


I was always an in-studio photographer considering it gave me the most control over everything. From the different lighting styles to the model’s body language, I could control the mood and story of an image. I even began incorporating textures and a pop of color to add more to my portraits, but it wasn’t enough; I wasn’t challenged enough. 


When I started shooting environmental portraits, I recognized they told stories differently. Their surroundings revealed more of the individual’s personality while adding more depth to the image.

Soon, I experimented with street photography's unpredictability to escape my control bubble. Capturing a beautiful shot that only lasted a moment was infinitely more rewarding because it was marinated in patience and unpredictability.


Now, I’m challenging myself by creating a unified series based on personal experiences, such as my experience as a woman in Tae Kwon Do, my dysmorphic relationship with my old nose, and my infantile amnesia. 


By consistently challenging myself, my portfolio now consists of a variety of photographs, each displaying its unique beauty and allowing me to express myself in different ways. 


​Photography in my life has evolved from curious-oriented experiments to a full-blown passion, one I’m excited to create a career out of. I plan to major in photography and minor in film production to receive a BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) by 2027. 


My connection to photography is deep, unbreakable, and soul-searching.​ 


I am lucky that photography got a hold of me and I hope it never lets go.




Awarded Full High School Scholarship at David Posnack Jewish School – Ranked #3 Private School in


Teen contributing photographer for the fStop Foundation

1 National Gold Key in the 2019 Scholastic Art and Writing Competition
1 National Silver Key in the 2020 Scholastic Art and Writing Competition

2021 Finalist in Sony Youth World Competition, Genre: Street Photography

9 Scholastic Art and Writing Gold Keys

12 Scholastic Art and Writing Silver Keys

9 Scholastic Art and Writing Honorable Mentions

2 Finalists in the Drexel University High School Photography Competition (2019, 2020)

Chosen Best Digital Art in the 2020 Congressional Art Competition

2 Honorable Mentions in Broward Art Guild Youth Competition (2018, 2019)

Chosen for the Courage to Create photo exhibit Sunrise Civic Center 2018

8 awards at Art Walk 2019 (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4 Honorable Mentions)

To see the winning images, check out my AWARDS page 


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