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A Tale of Two Self-Portraits…in India

Self-Portrait #1 It was my first day in India. I went on a walk with my friend Amy Parrish who had also never been to India and was eager to explore. We set out on foot down the neighborhood streets. The sights were many and as overwhelming as it was calming. Things were strange yet […]

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Loose Ends

Do you ever look back at your life and wonder how you came to be at the very spot you are standing in? I’m the type of person that is very practical about such things. I trace my steps and make sure that I have control over the situations I put myself in. But today […]

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“If I Could Fly…” India Fundraiser

In January I will travel to India to teach photography to survivors of human trafficking. While I am there I will be giving the participants the knowledge they need to tell their stories through photography. I will also be photographing many of the people in attendance, and when the trip is over an exhibition of […]

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