Rosie is a first generation American, the daughter of Cambodian refugees from the Khmer Rouge genocide. She was raised in Connecticut and is currently based out of San Diego, California.
Rosie is a freelance photographer with a focus on portraiture and photojournalism.
Her recent project involved humanitarian work while capturing stories of the migrant crisis at the U.S./ Mexico border. The many parallels between what her family survived and what many of the refugees she met had endured, inspired her to develop a greater love for documentary photography and storytelling.
Rosie is available for assignments internationally.