Through photography, I wish to foster a stronger sense of global community. This phrase has been my mission statement for the last fifteen years and it has guided me in deciding which projects to pursue in my career. I focus on trying to illuminate and improve – especially the underprivileged. By generating an appreciation for our heritage, we provide hope for building a better community. Through story telling, we understand and care. It is my wish that my work provides that inspiration.

My work is part of the permanent exhibition, “Becoming Los Angeles” at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. It is a portrait of one of the U. S.’s first modern day slaves from the famed 1995 El Monte Thai Garment Slavery Case. My images can also be found in the book, “180 Years, Two Nations, One Friendship.” The book celebrates the 180-year bond between the United States and Thailand. In addition, the United States Bangkok embassy sponsored my traveling photography show, “City of Angels. Two Cities – One Name,” that toured Thailand. Locally, I have worked with the non-profit, Walking Strong, to create content to inspire their donors to give. Our last video generated over three hundred and fifty thousand dollars in a single evening. (All donations go directly to families whose children have been diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.) I love partnering with other agencies helping them to convey their message and communicate their needs.