About

I have a BS in Chemistry from UCLA and I'm currently doing my PhD in Materials Science & Engineering (at UCLA again)! During my time in undergrad, I was the graphic designer for UCLA's Photography Club, and I also held a graphic design internship with UCLA Engineering.

In my free time, I enjoy collecting plants, playing badminton, traveling, baking, taking care of my bearded dragon, freaking out about pop-up headlights, and exploring new places around Los Angeles as well as around the world.


I'm currently available for part-time freelance photography gigs (commissions, photoshoots, collaborations, etc.), so please feel free to reach out to me via the contact form!

Al-Tiba9 2021

I was featured in a magazine that was presented at the ArtsLibris Fair in Lisbon in September 2021. The zine will also be presented in ARCO Madrid 2022 and ArtsLibris Barcelona 2022. 

Print Magazine

F-Stop 2021

F-Stop is an online photography magazine featuring contemporary photography, where each issue has a different theme or idea. Two of my photographs were featured in Issue #108, "Vacation." 

Group Exhibition

Chemistry 2021

A paper written as a final group project for Professor Anastassia Alexandrova’s “Computational Methods for Chemists” class was published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C.

JPCC Paper

LoosenArt 2020

My work was featured in LoosenArt's international exhibition, "Silent Cities," from September to October 2020 in the Millepiani Exhibition Space in Rome, Italy.

Silent Cities

Chemistry 2020

I received the Geissman Award for Outstanding Achievement in Organic Chemistry, given in recognition of excellence in research during the course of my undergraduate studies.

UCLA Awards 2020

Chemistry 2019

I was awarded the General Chemistry Instructional Laboratory Faculty Fellowship, designated for undergraduates who demonstrated outstanding talent in UCLA lab courses.

UCLA Awards 2019


Cameras

Nikon D3200 | Minolta X-700 | GoPro HERO7 Silver | Fujifilm instax mini 90 NEO CLASSIC | Apple iPhone SE

Using Format