Darcy is a visual journalist currently based in the western hills of North Carolina. She speaks Spanish and Mandarin Chinese and has worked and traveled in more than thirty countries. Darcy's recent work has focused on immigration and cultural integration of historically marginalized communties. She has been recognized for her documentary work by the Women in Photojournalism conference and College Photographer of the Year. Her work has been featured in publications such as: The New York Times, BBC, CNN, National Geographic Traveler, Esquire, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Netease, CBN Weekly, and Modern Weekly, among others. In 2O11, Darcy was awarded a grant from Ohio University to document the growing Nigerian Diaspora in China. In 2015 she was the official behind the scenes photographer for the Miss Universe China pageant and traveled with them across China and to Sri Lanka. She spent 2016 researching obscure Taoist practices in China, Thailand and Taiwan and producing short films about spiritual practices. She is currently living in western North Carolina working on post production and enjoying the clean air.
Darcy also has extensive experience in visual arts education. She is a lecturer with Project Luz, a community workshop on multimedia journalism for youth in Mexico. As the Photojournalism Fellow with the Voinovich School at Ohio University she also developed and implemented a visual literacy program for graduate students in education at Ohio University and students in Ohio public high schools.
Darcy is available for assignment in North Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia.