My natural sensitivity and creative courage led me to photography at a young age. With a knack for storytelling and an ever-growing appreciation for human connection, I create photographs that display the epic and comical nature of the human spirit and our great capacity to love. I am honored to be a curator of memories.
After completing three fun-filled years running a photography company with my brother Nikolai Fox, I still take on select custom photography commissions in the greater Philadelphia area and beyond.
I graduated magna cum laude Temple University with a BA in Environmental Studies. I have worked as a teaching assistant at the International Center of Photography in New York City and serve as a mentor to young photographers in the Philadelphia area. I am a social innovation fellow at Starting Bloc, a Udall Scholar (oh hey Udallers!), and founder of Narberth Greens.
Most recently, I launched Wild Mantle, a social enterprise that partners with artisans in the USA to create cozy, chic, and sustainably-made hooded-scarves called MANTLES. I am having a blast building this company as founder, designer, and of course...official photographer.