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.
I am happy to share with you that my article entitled “Omo Nobility” was featured recently in Fem WorldView magazine.
I wanted to share my recent exhibition at The Museum at the California Center for the Arts in Escondido and a montage at the University of San Diego’s Institute of Peace and Justice.
The tribal people that reside in the Omo River Valley in the far southwest of Ethiopia may be some of the most unique on the African continent. They are known for their cultural practices, which are based on ancient beliefs, as well as their interaction with the physical environment. They …
My project, Making the Invisible Visible, illuminates women in the process of reclaiming their worth, their joy and their dignity as they participate in a reentry program at Las Colinas Detention and Reentry Center in San Diego. Looking out from these images are eyes that have most likely witnessed unspeakable …
I invite you to embark on this Everest Base Camp journey with me for one of the most memorable treks you will ever encounter, from 25th April to 10th May 2016.
I wanted to share my photos of Nepal to give you a glimpse into this part of the world just weeks before the quake.
The Flower Holi celebration in Vrindaban is celebrated by thousands of pilgrims as well as local Hindus. Being in Vrindaban for Holi is a special event because of its spiritual connection to the life of Lord Krishna.
I have been to several festivals in India but none are as joyous, devotional, energetic and chaotic as the Holi Festival.
I am featured in this new Fem Worldview Magazine, which is a publication showcasing women from around the world. Fem Worldview is a global journey brought to its readers through exquisite imagery and powerful journalism with no-holds barred presentation. It is a publication that is embodied with integrity, consciousness, research, …