I’ve always been a curious person, which led me to work nine years as a Forensic and Litigation Consultant where I investigated matters involving white collar fraud.  I envisioned myself continually climbing the corporate ranks until I was offered the opportunity to work for six months in Afghanistan investigating terrorist financing.  It was during this time that I began to seriously question the forces behind how things came to be in this world and what my impact was.  I began to take pictures after this as a way to process and understand the changes I was going through.   I realized that this new personal growth was from experiencing another culture, gaining a perspective from within instead of afar. 

 

It is with this same curiosity and passion that I approach documentary work, as a way to understand people, society, cultures, and the overall world around me, while focusing on the age old question of nature versus nurture, in a world that is increasingly moving away from nature.  I want the work that I produce to not simply say what is right or wrong but inspire the viewer to ask questions, to gain a new sense of perspective, and to want to learn more.

 

 

Select Clients:

Amazon Kindle, Amtrak, AT&T, American Wind Energy Association, Beats by Dre, BMW, Bud Light, Capital Records, Coach, Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism, DJI, Guatemalan Tourism Institute INGUAT, Google for Work, Heineken, Infatuation, LG, Lyft, The Macallan, Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Outdoor Voices, Samsonite, Toyota, Verizon, Volvo Ocean Race - Team SCA

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Photo by Cara Llewellyn

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Photo by Cara Llewellyn