To Colorado with Love

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My best friend moved to Colorado and there was no other option for me than to spend Thanksgiving in her new state with her. At the airport before leaving my ride called out to me, “Have fun. Be safe. Don’t talk to strangers.” My reply: “Ha ha ha ha ha. You’re funny.” Colorado is a […]

David & Diana

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I received a frantic call on a Friday night that the photographer for a friend of a friend of a friend’s wedding canceled and the wedding was the NEXT DAY and could I please, please, please fill in? By saying yes, I walked into the strangest, most delightful wedding of all time. This El Salvadorean/Mexican […]

Sometimes Screaming Helps Launch

Sometimes Screaming Helps Launch

So, I know this isn’t a travel type adventure, it’s more of a courage type adventure. I’ve been writing on my personal blog sometimesscreaminghelps.com for a few years and I decided to turn a few of my most poetic posts into video blogs. Here is my first try:

MetaPhotography

MetaPhotography

This is an ongoing project to take photos of people taking photos and edit them as if the photos were taken with the camera that is being photographed. This circular project is titled MetaPhotography. A special thanks to Benjamin Neil for being my supermodel.  

The best thing.

The best thing.

The best thing about my time in Los Angeles is that I was only five hours away from my friends in Arizona. Brandon and Nelson Piersol are quite possibly the coolest people I have ever met. And I mean cool. Pierced and tatted and smart and funny and the world’s best parents. I had so […]

Bald Solidarity

Bald Solidarity

We think making a difference begins with making a statement. A bold one.”–Beth Roberts, Bald Solidarity  Reposted from SheLoves Magazine: I’ve shaved for Bald Solidarity twice and I know I am likely to do it again, because if I ever have a daughter I want to look her in the face and say, “Baby, we fight […]

India, 2006

India, 2006

I will be forever indebted to India for infecting me with a travel bug that I’m sure I will never cure. And for teaching me that food can be more than edible—it can be a taste-bud explosion. And for schooling me in my ideas of compassion and love and celebration. India, you have my heart.