Winter 2019 - Current
TONL is a stock photo company that highlights the everyday experiences of diverse individuals through genuine photography that reflects the true world we live in. My work pushes me to break down common stereotypes of marginalized groups and to celebrate the strength of ordinary individuals.
I’m responsible for covering 8 categories per month (40 images overall).
Photographed the "Empowerment Camp Mugs" collection, which benefit women around the world, and also the "Travel Tumbler" campaign.
Shared with 40.9k followers on Instagram and 29k on Facebook.
Fall 2015 - current
The University of Washington's student-run newspaper. All time favorite projects include photographing Cirque Du Soleil, astronaut Scott Kelly, volleyball games, and local ice cream shops.
Fall 2017 - Summer 2018
UW consistently ranks as one of the top "Green Schools" across the U.S. As the intern for the UW Sustainability office, I created a photo archive of student-led sustainability initiatives on campus that's now used for current and future event promotion and resource distribution.
Event and red carpet photographer for the 39th Seattle International Film Festival, a month-long festival - the longest of its kind in the U.S - that is held annually around the city.
During my gap year after high school, I traveled with Buffalo Tours, an amazing, forward looking tour agency based in South East Asia, and provided photos for their Educational Travel Asia program.
The ETA program offers culturally diverse programs for international high school students, and also "vacation packages" for oversea tourists who want to engage in community-run service projects and home stays across Cambodia, Thailand, etc.