What’s In A Name

On Monday and Tuesday of this week I was honored with the opportunity to display some of my social awareness and humanitarian related photo work at the 8th Annual Indiana Campus Compact Service Engagement Summit. The ICC promotes socially and culturally aware social service and engagement, with a focus on developing leaders in the field... Continue Reading →


In 2012, the US Department of Veteran's Affairs estimated that an average of 22 veterans committed suicide every day. Recent estimates place that number closer to 20 a day, and while that represents a decline, it is still 20 too many. The -22- project is something I was invited to participate in as a photographer,... Continue Reading →


I love the statement made in the art that is your soul the expression in your eyes when naked and bare exposing yourself to a watching world you lie to me and promise me sanctuary from the world from the storm from myself


radiance against the backdrop of a fevered night and now a morning draped in silvered silence awakens untempered dreams waiting to be wrought in the forge of tomorrow

I Disappear

I disappear not because of you because of me because of this because of that for you Inside of me I retreat away from me away from us away from this and that Withdrawal without surrender with every regret and every reason why and why not because (there) is not an answer


It is that resonant silence, this unsettling sense of what is to come, the internal roar held still by inertia, as I quietly come undone;   it is that moment of clarification just before the storm, the lie of peace, the long deep breath, the hope of the unborn;   it is the veil thinned... Continue Reading →

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