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Black and White Photographs of the Women’s March

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Black and White Photographs of the Women’s March

The Women’s March was the largest protest in Washington DC, in The Unites States, and in the history of the world. It’s estimated that conservatively there were over 5,000,000 protesters worldwide. This number is even greater, for many more joined us in spirit. Thank you for showing up. Thank you for using your voice. Thank you for giving me hope. These photos are for you. Read more

From Sticky-Notes in the Subway – We are Not Alone in Our Feelings

 

In front of me were over 10,000 sticky-notes, reminding me that I was not alone…

I’m tired. Tired of thinking, tired of talking, and tired of emotions without a name. Since my travels I thought I had a shell of an idea who my countrymen were. I was wrong, Read more

Allow Us to Reintroduce Ourselves

We made a permanent choice that will surprise many of you… Read more

Prayers for a Future Photographer Fighting for Her Life

When Milagros Palavecino (Mili) grows up, she wants to be a photographer. Born with severe scoliosis, at 15 Mili has never known a day without her wheelchair, Read more

People of Palermo

Bright murals by uninvited artists color painted brick walls in Palermo Soho.  Mismatched shops of handcrafted items reach towards streets with names such as “Queens,” “El Salvador” and “Hollywood.”  Color oozes through the cracks in the cement and yarn wrapped trees, but their black and white faces hold my consciousness.

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A Fox & a Snail | Scotty & My Breakup

As I watch, I am stripped down to my vulnerability, gutted and left raw and open…

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How Being Home Doesn’t Stop My Travels

The keys in his hand read ‘castle.’  “Hey, can we get inside too?”

When I return home from a trip overseas, I often hear people express frustration that they don’t have chances to travel because of a lack of time, or money.  I’m also asked if I’m sad to stop traveling.  Let me clarify something, being home doesn’t stop my travels.   Read more

A Hipster Missionary’s Most Difficult Goodbye

Her body shakes as she looks at her friend for the last time, unsure if they’d see each other again.

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Reminder from a Heron

From the corner of my eye the flashy heron continues his hunt. His slow stalk moves comfortably to my conscious.

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We were literally seconds too late.  We watched as our friends left the shore waving at us.  The man said they’d hold the boat another few minutes.  The man was full of it.  I felt responsible.  It had been my idea to go whale watching, and they left without us.  We sat helplessly watching them pull away. Read more

Three Things You Don’t Know About My Mother

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My mother Lark, is extremely sassy. Read more