I was born in 1987 and grew up on a farm in the small rural town of Bronson, Michigan, where there are probably more farm animals than people and only two working traffic lights.
In 2006 I moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts, started college at Harvard University, and fell in love with the city of Boston. Ensuring that I would never be employable, I graduated with a BA in Visual and Environmental Studies in May 2010.
I currently live in Rochester, New York, which I’ve learned is actually the arctic, judging by its cruel weather. This is my second year of graduate school at Rochester Institute of Technology - a campus composed almost solely of hipsters and engineers. I am working on my MFA in Photography.