Storytelling lives deep within me; a seed that took root during childhood and flourished as it fed on everyday observations. It's an insatiable longing to know others authentically and to chronicle the uniqueness of their lives through images and words.  

Simply put, I like to meet new people, write, and photograph. 

A friend once said to me: "Through your images and through your words I see life as ordinary and grandiose at the same time," and I now carry that with me as I photograph. It's one of the loveliest compliments I've ever received. 

Above: Letter from an inmate. From the project "My Name, A Number: Exploring the Final Year of Incarceration Before Parole." 

I'm passionate about language, culture, memory perception, reconciliation, and spirituality, so my personal photography projects typically revolve around these themes. Additionally, I was born with an autoimmune disease and carve out space each year to document the stories of others affected by infirmity.

**If you would like to nominate yourself or someone else for a complimentary medical documentary session, please email me: majconsultation@gmail.com

Allow me to reveal the beauty of your day-to-day life. Story time will be more energetic, cooking will be more fragrant, and baking so much sweeter when you give yourself permission to unplug for an afternoon and commit yourself unreservedly to those you love most. 


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