Did you see me at the American Institute of Architects?

Honored to be included in the exhibition: “Picture Tallahassee: Where we live, work, and play.”

Photograph of the George Firestone Building, Tallahassee Florida.



Monarch Tagging: Season Three

Never underestimate the value of being present to watch the sun rise at the Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge… it will encourage you to fulfill your dreams.

This is the third year of my involvement in the Fall Migration tagging of the Monarch Butterfly.

Roughly forty-five minutes south of Tallahassee, is the entrance to this gorgeous gem of the Earth. The gate opens at 6am, before the sun comes up, and this is when the weight of the refuge is first felt.

Three years in a row now, my mother and I take will this drive to meet with a biologist from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and his team to assist with the capturing, tagging, and releasing the gentle monarch butterflies on their way to Mexico.


The grand total is in for the season: 857 counted, 810 tagged!






Did you see me in the Tallahassee Airport Art Gallery?

Participating in my first ever Art Exhibition!

Two of my photos, the white peacock and the alligator portrait, are on display at the Tallahassee International Airport, as part of COCA’s fine art Photofest Exhibit.

Interested in my photography?

My Non-Profit: An idea coming to life

“One person can make a difference, and everyone should try.”

John F. Kennedy

Not everyone has equal access to healthy food. Using my budding knowledge of food systems and geographic reasoning, I want to establish a non-profit organization that helps support a local farm economy by serving the needs of the most vulnerable members of the community.

Stay tuned for updates on our progress.