Ethical Photography: 4 Practices to Uphold

Ethical Photography: 4 Practices to Uphold

Ethical Photography: 4 Practices to Uphold Years ago, when I first traveled to Haiti, the iPhone had just made its initial release into the world, Facebook was still a networking tool for college kids, and T9 texting was the standard for telecommunication. Only about...
The Reward of Risk in a Comfortable Life

The Reward of Risk in a Comfortable Life

The Reward of Risk in a Comfortable Life I was recently asked in an interview how risk has played a role in either my personal or professional life. I almost laughed at the question, not because it was comical or humorous but because of my long-standing history with...
Shattered and Pieced Together Again

Shattered and Pieced Together Again

Shattered and Pieced Together Again And so it goes: The coming and going, The greetings and goodbyes. You are there and I am here; The distance feels so bitter. So I wonder and I wander, Heart grieving and rejoicing, A harmony of sorrow and joy, Of feeling empty and...
When Re-Entry is Hard: A Personal Reflection

When Re-Entry is Hard: A Personal Reflection

When Re-Entry is Hard: A Personal Reflection No one can prepare you for re-entry, not even your closest friends and family who have traversed the season alongside of you from which you are returning. Neither can a countless number of books and podcasts nor accumulated...
Ahmaud Arbery: Where Darkness Prevails

Ahmaud Arbery: Where Darkness Prevails

FollowFollowFollow Ahmaud Arbery: Where Darkness Prevails It was the third day of sorority rush. I was a sophomore at the University of Alabama, fresh off of summer break, thrown back into the thralls of brief meet and greets, rehearsed songs, and all the makeup and...