It is completely terrifying to be on this two+ week exploration to find a new story.
About five years ago, I drove out to California for the first time and started working on a project over farmers. One of the first things that I noticed was the sense of community. Continue reading “Small Town America”
The first time I ever when on a long trip over seas, I packed wayyyy to much. Less is more couldn’t be more true when your heading out on a long trip.
I have written about traveling solo before. The Try Hard Club published a story of mine called 6 Degrees for the Solo Female Traveler. It is about being a female and how to go about traveling alone and staying safe while you do it. Continue reading “When To Take Action as a Solo Female Traveler”
“There are a few things in life that we are accountable for and that is trust, loyalty, and forgiveness. These are precious attributes that humans acquire, but it is whether we use them or not that define us.”
My trip to Perpignan, is one for the books. I have met so many amazing and beautiful people. I can’t even describe how I feel because it is all so surreal. Continue reading “Looking back on Visa”
These past few months have been really moving for me. It started when I followed an amazing photographer on Snapchat. Continue reading “Visa pour L’image”
“In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” – John Muir.
When I learned about Deleigh’s series, Woman, I read her dedication and I nearly stopped in my tracks. Continue reading “Mrs. Texas Galaxy”
This week I am getting ready to embark on a journey back to California. Many of you know that I have been working on a project called, Faceless, for a while now. My intent was never to do a study or a project over cannabis farmers, it just sort of turned out that way.