Having a camera around my neck grants me the license to be inquisitive. Photography has trained me to be observant — to see, really see, even when the camera isn’t up to my eye.

Cameras do what our eyes can’t — they freeze the world. And those captured split-second moments speak volumes. They reveal. They tell stories.

I also work with words and sound and video. But storytelling is at the heart of what I do.

I’m a multimedia journalist at KCTS 9, Seattle's public television station. I cover urban environmental issues. You can see more of my stories at http://earthfix.kcts9.org/

Thank you for checking out my photos and videos.