Category Archives: Photography

Student Walkout

Hundreds of New York students walked out of their schools on Tuesday in protest of Trump’s immigration ban. Braving the rain to rally in Foley Square, the students toted anti-Trump and pro-immigrant banners, speaking out against the ban and the … Continue reading

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Women’s March on Washington

On January 20th, Donald Trump was inaugurated. The next day, more than 500,000 women and men marched on Washington, D.C., demonstrating in protest. I drove down from Delaware at 5 AM. My sister flew out from California with friends. We … Continue reading

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Amani

In late October, I once again travelled from Dar es Salaam to Tanga, my favorite upcountry destination in Tanzania. This time, however, it wasn’t to chill out on the beach, boat to the sandbar, or eat the delicious coastal cooking. Well, maybe … Continue reading

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Piga Picha

One of my favorite things in life is shooting pictures on the street. Candid shots of life unfolding. The confluence of people and situations that somehow make more than the sum of their parts. Under the best possible circumstances, with … Continue reading

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Form and Void

Somehow, I managed to snap from my funk about not going home soon enough straight into distraction from writing because I’m going home really damn soon. Which is good, but I’ve gotta get back on here, I feel. I have, … Continue reading

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On Figs and the Future

A couple weeks ago, I ran across a great quotation I hadn’t heard since I first read it a few years back. Last night, I heard it again. (I am nothing if not a sucker for the ol’ Baader-Meinhoff phenomenon, friends.) … Continue reading

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Day 12: Lalibela

My last day in Lalibela was super low-key. I returned to John Café for another fantastic breakfast, then moseyed back to the hotel to do some work. There were pictures to edit, writing to catch up on, and lots of reading … Continue reading

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