I was born with way too much hair, as the daughter of vagabonds. I was given a gypsy heart by my mother and her father. Exploring the world, its' wonders, and the amazing people that walk upon it, is deep in my blood. Luckily, I married someone equally as smitten with the unknown.
When I'm not photographing, you can find me on a yoga mat, with my nose in a book, or scouring racks, markets and the streets (or the web) for my next vintage or second hand gem for our house or my wardrobe.
I am also an avid eater. Part of growing up between Singapore and California, as a Nicar-Indian (I'm half Indian and half Nicaraguan), and living all over the world, means I can't always get the food I crave, so to the kitchen I go.
If I were to reincarnate, I would come back as a fish. I love swimming, surfing and scuba diving and the water in general but I hate getting slightly wet. It's all or nothing.
My most used words are "why, how, what, who, where, and when".
My photography is a conglomerate of this modge-podge of a person, constantly inspired the world's scenes, sounds, smells, feelings and tastes.
Are ready to cook up a masala of experiences with me?
JetStar Asia Magazine Feb 2016
Conde Nast Traveller Aug/Sept 2015
The Jakarta Globe
The Mountain Democrat