I’ve been sharing my life and work online for a long time now. My introduction to the internet was very 1990s — my first website was on Expage, I learned the art of internet over-sharing on Livejournal, chatted with mates on ICQ (eh-oh!). I sent my first email newsletter from Easymail… before moving to AOL because ‘you’ve got mail’ was once more exciting than inbox zero.
I didn’t know how to get a job at a magazine or newspaper, so I made my own.
During my teens and early twenties, I created websites that introduced me to opportunities from brand collaborations, to visiting New York City to cover international diplomatic negotiations at the United Nations.
I went on to study media and journalism. Around the same time, I learned photography on the frontlines of protests to protect the environment from mining.
Taking pictures of protest taught me to use photography to tell stories.
This work deepened my appreciation not only of people's resilience in the face of adversity, but of the vitality of protecting and respecting nature 🍃
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