Chelsea received her BFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2016.
She left the United States for a solo-venture throughout Europe and the United Kingdom
while researching and documenting the human trafficking epidemic rapidly increasing worldwide.
Chelsea’s heart has always been drawn to raising awareness for human rights and bringing a light into the dark places.
She is currently working on a documentary filmed predominantly
in the heart of the Red Light District in Amsterdam, where she worked for
room & board and 3 meals a day in a hostel - so she could study the streets at night.
Back in Savannah, Chelsea works as the Executive Assistant to PIPO Missions, Inc.
A registered 501(c)3 which provides custom-fitted artificial limbs, orthopedic braces, and other medical supplies
to the indigent villages of the Chiapas & Yucatan Peninsula Regions of Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia.