Inspired by her professional photographer father, she has worked as a photographer since the mid-2000s, doing photography for bands, political events with Jeremy Corbyn and Naomi Klein, charities like the Vegan Society, private clients, and exhibiting her personal projects—mainly astrophotography, storm-chasing, volcanoes, and macro photography. Her work has been featured in books on street art, tattooing, Rolling Stone magazine, the London Paper, as well as on Spaceweather.com and by Girls Who Chase. She began working as a photographer and journalist for the French lifestyle, tattoo and art publication Rise Magazine in 2012, quickly becoming a main contributor in every issue and a cover photographer while reporting on art exhibits, political movements, anthropological research and alternative lifestyles. She helped give more visibility to talented female tattooers from across Europe and created a travel column called "Tattoo City," to give keen travelers the opportunity to discover local curiosities from Reykjavik to Madrid. She shot the Los Angeles chapter of the book “Tattoo Street Style,” published by Penguin Books in 2018 and is now working on a macro flower photography series inspired by astrophysics.