General Artist Statement

Photography has long been regarded as one of the most democratic art forms. It is much more accessible to those who come from a lower socioeconomic standing. With the click of a button, you can readily express complex ideas. The information communicated is specific to the photographer. It is because of these attributes that I was able to enter into the space of creating art.

My work in photography reflects the perspective of a neurodivergent person. My work is driven by my desire to highlight injustices. In Invisible People, I channel my anger at a failed capitalist system that has demoralized people who do not fit into its hierarchical system.

I hope that seeing these images will inspire others to look at the world around them and do what they can to cause social change even if it is on a small scale.