An award-winning photographer, her work on sustainable farmers in the Pacific Northwest has been supported by a grant from Fotodocument.org; selected for long-term exhibition by the city of Seattle; and is featured in the March/April issue of American Photo magazine. It was supported by and debuted on the USA Network, was featured on the Today Show and was published by Chronicle Books as part of The Character Project in 2009, a project coordinated through the Aperture Foundation.

When she is not working on her own projects, she is a freelance photographer for a variety of international news and magazine publications such as Vanity Fair, The New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Associated Press, Reader's Digest, AARP and The International Herald Tribune as well as various commercial clients. 

She lives with her husband and two children in Seattle, where she also serves on the board of Photographic Center Northwest.