Throughout my adolescence, I’ve come to find that age is sometimes and always the determining factor. That, folks are quick to place judgement upon what they believe you can understand and/or take on, by a numerical length of years. I have always been hesitant on the topic of age — my own age, in particular. Even now, how […]
Life is ever-fleeting, and changing and complex — and a whole bunch of things I am still coming to terms with. Twenty-fifteen was a very out-of-comfort-zone year, for me. This year, if anything, was filled with major lessons in balance — that called for grit, grace, and some serious endurance. I’d begun the year by driving cross-country with my […]
To feel cherished each and every day by someone dear to you. To peacefully close one door, and see three new ones open. To have a quiet Monday morning, brimming with hopefulness. To look at your to-do list and realize you’re already halfway through. To speak your truth and have it be heard by understanding ears. […]
A HUGE congratulations to my younger brother, Anthony, for successfully graduating from high school. I was completely honored to be able to fly out to California to support and celebrate your accomplishment! I cannot wait to see what else life has in store for you. Dad would be very-very proud.
I had the pleasure of attending and photographing a birthday party, Sunday of this weekend. Proceeding the celebration and festive event, I was also allotted an all day pass to explore the Garden’s at my own discretion. Being as the weather was still a bit nippy, and the Botanic Garden itself ranging at about 385 […]
“One day we must ask the question, ‘Why are there forty million poor people in America?’ And when you begin to ask that question, you are raising questions about the economic system, about a broader distribution of wealth. When you ask that question, you begin to question the capitalistic economy. And I’m simply saying that […]