Month: September 2014

Stranger

Deep in the mountains of Tamil-Nadu, southern India lie hundreds, if not more, of tiny and scattered tribal villages. Most of the residents in these villages live in extreme poverty. Earlier this year I was given the opportunity to travel to India as a photographer […]

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Pyro

On a freezing and windy September night in St. Petersburg Russia back in 2012, my brother Justin, our local friend Vera, and myself were trying our best to wait out the chill. We needed to last until 1 a.m. and I wasn’t so sure that […]

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