I've been creating images solely with my iPhone since 2009 when my DSLR camera broke and I've never looked back. I like the advantages and challenges that are unique to photographing and creating imagery within the iPhone ecosystem.
The iPhone serves as both my camera and darkroom. Many of my images leverage specific photographic apps to create a mood, emotion, or idea I want to convey.
My work and photographic style are a mixture of documentary and free-form art. Projects such as Ocean Beach, Surfers, and Music are documentary in nature but are transformed into another imagery through the app post process.
 Originally from Chicago, IL San Francisco has been my home since 1996. I currently reside in the Outer Richmond.






Accolades
2024
Street Life - San Francisco Woman Artist Gallery (SFWA)
2023
Urban Photo Awards - Streets Semi-finalists 
2016
MIRA Mobile Prize 2016 - Finalist
2015
Phonic Art: Astonishing iPhotography - Markham Vineyards Gallery
IPPA Awards - People - Finalist
JCC International Mobile Device Photography - Arthur M. Glick Jewish Community Center
2014
Electron Salon  -  Los Angeles Center For Digital Art - Finalist
Mobile Photos - Mpls Photo Center - Winner
Selfie Show - Detroit’s Museum of New Art (MONA) - Finalist
NEM Kansas City show  - The Main Street Gallery - Finalist
Festival FuturoPresente - ISMA International Salon Mobile Art - Finalist
Rock N Roll International - Mpls Photo Center - Finalist
MobileMagic XV - LightBox Photographic Gallery - Finalist
2013
i-Festival - Oxford - Finalist
IPPA Awards - Other - Finalist
#bwsanfrancisco show - Transparent House - Finalist
Snap to Grid  -  Los Angeles Center For Digital Art - Finalist
2012
IPPA Awards - People - Finalist
Ways of Seeing: Phoneography - Rebekah Jacob Gallery 
LA Mobile Arts Festival - Finalist
In Transit - Kiernan Gallery - Finalist
The App Wars - 3RDSPACE - Finalist
Publications
iPhone0genic - Artist Spotlight
iPhoneographer  - Artist Spotlight
Art of MOB  - Artist Spotlight
Pixels at an Exhibition
F-Stop Magazine - ISSUE #69: Black and White - February/March
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