PDN August 2017 Cover. Double exposure collaboration with  Oriana Koren.
 Women gather together during Sunday service at Saint Michael Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Seattle, WA. [2016]
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  Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White sits on stage, listening to Gov. Pat Quinn, during the ceremony to legalize same-sex marriage in Illinois on November 20, 2013 at the University of Illinois Chicago Forum.          
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 Over 100 years old, Pine Knot Farms in Hurdle Mills, NC, is a black owned and operated farm by Stanley Hughes. He is known as one of the first in the state to grow certified organic tobacco. Bryan Anderson, pictured, is a third generation farmer. He pushes packed tobacco into a crate at Pine Knot Farms. "Make sure you tell them sharecropping is still alive". [Hurdle Mills, NC. 2015]
 Connie Campbell is comforted by her niece, Brittani Wallace, during the sentencing of Marquice Anderson on Tuesday July 28, 2015 in Clearwater, FL. Anderson was the driver in the fiery hit-and-run crash that killed Campbell's nieces, Grace Collier, 25, Briana Campbell, 23, and Jame'sia Lang, 21, in 2014. Anderson was sentenced to 35 years with 15 years probation on July 28, 2015. 
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  On June 26, 2014, three of Cora Campbell's family members were killed by a hit­-and-­run driver. They were her daughter, Briana Campbell, niece, Jame'sia Lang, and sister, Grace Collier. Cora took in her three grandchildren: Zy’aire, 4, Zy’asia, 4, and Damaris, 2. “Without them, me personally, I wouldn't know how to deal with the situation.”     A year later, after running around inside their home with bed sheets as capes, the children move to the porch where the heat and sun created a sudden moment of silence, each lost in their own childlike world. Cora fixes her granddaughter Zy'asia's hair, left, with her two grandsons Damaris, center, and Zy'aire, right, on the porch of their home in Gulfport, FL. [Gulfport, FL. 2015]
 Shorty Portee sits in-front of his house to relax after a day of work. His niece recently relocated to Durham, NC, with her two daughters and are living with him until they get situated.  "You readjust to make sure your loved ones are alright." [Durham, NC. 2015]
 Seth Stoll, one of four co-founders of HERE Seattle. HERE is committed to fostering a community that supports a diverse and inclusive culture in technology.
  A woman poses to take a selfie among the crowd of parade participants during the Tampa Bay Carnival on Sunday June 7, 2015 in St. Petersburg, FL. 
 Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, center, addresses reporters after speaking at the opening ceremony for the National Association of Black Journalists convention at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Mass., on Thursday, July 31, 2014. Gov. Patrick is the first African-American Governor of Massachusetts and as of 2014 the only current black Governor in the United States. 
 Pastor Harry Brown Jr., of Friendship Bible Church in Liberty, NY., sings during Sunday morning service on October 12, 2015. 
 Dee Murry's niece and nephews ride in his limo with friends during the annual United in Peace Day ride in Leimert Park, Los Angeles, CA. Every month bikers and lowriders attend the United in Peace rides to spread a message of unity and peace in communities. [2014]
 "What's going on here?!" Frankie, a spunky outspoken 11-year-old, says with his arms spread by his side in confusion, looking back and forth from me to his friends as I photograph them. Dmitri James, center, and Racheal Fraylon, laugh as Frankie quickly jumps into the photo only long enough to capture two frames at Marcella Playground in Roxbury. Dmitri, a ninth grader, and Racheal, a 10th grader, say they both enjoy hanging out with friends during the summertime in Boston. [2014]
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