On the Ban

It was a wet and chilly night in Atlanta. It was almost 10pm when my husband, Adam, and my friend, Easton, and I pulled into the Hartsfield Jackson Airport. We made the finishing touches to our colorful welcome sign, and walked inside the somewhat empty airport. We were there to welcome Batula, a teenage girl from Somalia who found…

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Elizabeth

  This winter, Elizabeth wanted some photos to portray her heart in the season she has been in. So we delved into some foliage, and we played somber music that evoked her grief. Elizabeth grew up in dance school, so it was easy for her to express herself through movement. I feel like this truly captured her…

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Adventure Abides

Adam Downs’ great grandfather hitchhiked from coast to coast  as a pencil salesman in the 1920’s. Adam has always wanted to hitchhike. “Ever since I learned that about my grandfather, I knew I needed to do the same thing.” This summer, he and Easton Dennis decided to make that dream a reality. After two weeks…

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Freedom, Contentment, and Color

A few weeks ago I was able to take photos for one of my old friends, Angie. I have witnessed her struggle through deciding what to study and what to pursue in life. Her struggle was more intense than most experience, as she endured some hardship on her journey. I can’t forget the day when she finally made…

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