The Women of Kashmir

I just returned from Kashmir, a magnificent region of India. Referred to as a tropical paradise in old literature, there is no wonder why it has been the subject of many disputes and is now divided between India and Pakistan. Kashmir is surrounded by Himalayan Mountain Ranges whose rivers have …

Photography as a Healing Art

For the last 6 months I have been documenting the women of Welcome Home Ministries, a re-entry program at Las Colinas Detention Center. These women live in a separate FAIR dorm – Future Achievers In Re-entry – which is a dedicated housing facility that provides a safe and secure, structured …

Rwanda

Rwanda is very dear to my heart. Located in central Africa it is known as “the land of a thousand hills.” It has beautiful topography and even more beautiful people. On April 7th, 1994 a tragic and brutal genocide took place on its soil. In 100 days almost one million …

Making the Invisible Visible

I’ve been working with Welcome Home Ministries, which provides supportive services to incarcerated women at Las Colinas Detention Facility. This organization has implemented a-one-of-a-kind program. It is a peer-mentored, therapeutic community model, held in a dedicated dorm within Las Colinas. The FAIR (Future Achievers in Re-Entry) housing unit was designed …

Welcome to my blog

I am a humanitarian photographer whose photographs address important social welfare concerns worldwide. I believe the visual image is a powerful tool that creates a lasting impression of emotion, curiosity, caring and hope of mankind. I travel the world photographing divergent people and cultures resulting in images that express the …