Publications & Exhibitions
Raising Multiracial Kids in a Racially Divided Country via Scary Mommy blog
Writing and photo essay that shares stories from a family celebrating both Loving Day and Pride. The courts defend their right to marry, as a multiracial, same-sex couple, but it wasn't always that way.
In Celebration of Loving Day: Raising Multiracial Kids for PBS Parents
Writing and photography for this "Expert Tips" piece in honor of Loving Day. All parents may find these insights from Dr. Kelly F. Jackson helpful for identity development and learning about diversity and tolerance.
This piece was a labor of love, offering family volunteer resources for MLK Day and beyond, plus a brief history of service learning in schools. Service and compassion are needed now more than ever.
Series of articles for Toca Magazine at Toca Boca (photos/writing). The collection highlights the power of play in children's hospitals and the role of the child life specialist. It also includes a photo essay, tips for parents and additional resources.
Photo essay and a series of articles for Toca Magazine about the power of play for health and healing (photos/writing). We take a peek into a children's hospital and visit with child life specialists and other talented folks who support pediatric patients. This project was covered by HuffPo Parents.
I was honored to photograph demo classes and a panel discussion for this innovative math curriculum. JUMP Math uses guided discovery and constant assessment to build student's confidence in their ability to learn math. I've never seen students (and teachers) quite so engaged. You can view more of my education images here.
My images appeared in the 2015 and 2016 AoIP exhibits on Governor's Island. It was such a pleasure to hang out in our own beautiful, creepy, old "country house," five minutes from NYC.