I believe creativity is an access point to healing.
My work in behavioral health & trauma has inspired me to incorporate art into the process of caregiving and therapy, as well as to work on reforming the way our culture looks at mental health and disability.
Passionate about storytelling since a young age, I have been published places such as Teen Vogue, PANK, Broadly, and Feministing. My photography & film can be found in Boston Globe, AliveNow, and LOAM.
I am fueled most by connection, community, and gratitude.
Articles & Essays
+ Teen Vogue
I Was Raped by a Woman
When You're a Woman Raped by a Woman
Prison That Forces Inmates to Give Birth in Shackles Being Sued
From the White House to Motels, Rape Culture is Alive and Well
The Rampant Sexual Harassment in Silicon Valley
Baby Feminist Power and Helping Children Join the Movement
We Are One In the Same
+ The Body is Not an Apology
6 Lessons to Surviving Illness & Resurfacing Self Lovee
July 2016 (republished)
+ GERM Magazine
Love, or Something Like It
+ The Mighty
How Do You Love Your Chronically Ill Body Even on the Bad Days?
August 2016 (republished)
+ Huffington Post
Why I Chose Summer Camp
Magic With A Capital M: A Modern Day Christmas Miracle
Not Just Men: Expanding the Conversation on Sexual Assault
The Season of Coming Out
My Seamester of Overlap
Images & Film
Event Photographer, Ryther Child Center, 2016
Production Intern, National Park Experience, 2016
Event Photographer, Wesleyan University, 2014 - 2015
Photographer's Assistant, Hannah Weddings, 2014
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I believe it is important to recognize and appreciate the mentors and teachers I have had along the way so far. All of these people are artists in their own right and have deeply influenced me and my work.
The incredible drawings you'll find around the website were made by Gabriela Indivero.