I grew up in a household of artists, where family road trips in our VW van were a shared adventure to inspire my mother's landscape paintings and my father's photography. Those journeys sparked my love for discovering nature's hidden wonders and finding creative ways to capture them. 

Early in my career, I recognized the power of grassroots activations for environmental change. I learned the ropes of the creative and non-profit sectors as a young female snow sports photographer, a rare role in the male-dominated snow industry. While capturing images in the backcountry, I witnessed the glaring effects of climate change on the landscapes I photographed – shorter winters, warmer storm temperatures, and receding glaciers.

My work today involves leveraging my background in the arts to integrate creativity into scientific communication and make environmental learning more accessible. Using art and highlighting positive solutions breaks down barriers and bridges the gap between scientific knowledge and the broader community.

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