I just spent a few weeks traveling through the backroads of the Mississippi Delta. I’d never been in this part of the U.S. with my camera before and I couldn’t stop thinking: “Is this the U.S.?”
We are going back again April 3rd to complete the trek to Annapurna Base Camp. If you like to trek and can do 10 days lodge-to-lodge, please join us. We still have a few spaces left!
I am honored that my work will assist efforts to galvanize worldwide efforts to improve the lives of children.
Namibia is well known to photographers for its beautiful landscapes and wildlife , but what I loved the most was spending time with the Himba people who live in the far north.
I have decided to go back to Nepal again in the Spring of 2017 and am sending out another invitation to friends and family. Malla Treks will be our outfitter. Amazing and experienced Tshering will be our head Sherpa again. We couldn’t be in better hands! It will be lodge to lodge! Read on for more information!
I came with my trekking friends – Brianna Gallo, Micheal Costa, Christie Solomon and Mark Kern – to give out the solar lights that Epic Photo Tours and I raised funds for. The people were so appreciative and happy and my biggest regret was that we didn’t have enough for everyone.
While in Kathmandu last month I had the privilege of spending time with Indira Ranamagar. She is a remarkable woman who received the 2014 World’s Children Prize Honorary Award for her 20 year struggle for children of prisoners in Nepal. Prisoners Assistance Nepal (PA) was started as a grassroots organization …
My exhibit “Making The Invisible Visible’ project will be seen at the Alexander Salazar gallery on April 16 for two weeks. Doors open at 4.