is the summer photography fellow. In 2020, she graduated with a B.A. in international relations from Boston University. In her time at BU, she worked as a staff photographer for BU Today, associate photo editor for the Daily Free Press, and assisted teaching visual journalism courses. Sophie also worked as a photo intern for the Harvard Gazette and photography teaching assistant at Harvard Extension School. As a photographer and scholar, her perspectives are shaped by her semi-nomadic upbringing in Missouri, New Jersey, and Cambodia. While behind the camera, her goal is simple: to capture otherwise fleeting moments, connect people, and debunk stereotypes through visual mediums. She is especially interested in telling stories around race and identity through portraiture.