I photograph wild places and their inhabitants in accordance with the principles of conservation photography. Over the course of my travels through scores of ecoregions around the world, I've also grown increasingly mindful of acting in solidarity with indigenous peoples, migrants, and everyone else struggling together through the chthulucene to sustain and empower their interdependent communities.

I currently live on Lenape land in New York City, where my students and I educate each other about environmental justice. While organizing to dismantle borders, transform harm, and build a just transition to a sustainable future, I'm learning to decolonize my photography practice and my travels more broadly.

The indigenous land acknowledgements found in many captions are based on information from Native Land Digital.

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