It’s a universal value that crosses the lines of country and culture. To witness and capture that love is the root of why I am a photographer. To realize the power of each photograph to connect others to that love is something I’ve only begun to fully grasp!

If you are part of a non-profit, organization, NGO, or some other group hoping to utilize photography to allow others to understand and contribute to your efforts, please get in touch- I’d love to be involved in your project!

  • NicoOctober 28, 2015 - 6:51 am

    Being the tea-loving person I am…I think these gatedgs are simply wonderful!Well, perhaps excepting the ‘gas plate on the night table’ version.I would love to have one…but luckily I don’t need one…I have my own ‘teasmade’…hubby. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Jim RappMarch 5, 2013 - 2:33 pm

    Hi Sweetie, Glad you’re back! The pictures are wonderful. Reminds me of Honduras in the late 80’s. Of course, you’re right, and we all share so much with each other beyond cultural idiosyncracies. It warms my heart to see you so involved in life and the world.
    Love, DadReplyCancel

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