Category Archives: photography

Up From Addiction: Portraits of Courage

What would you see if you turned addiction upside down? Being a recovering addict yourself, and a woman, what if you captured images of other women who overcame addiction’s clutching demons? You would hope, by telling their stories, you might reach some … Continue reading

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Prowling the Dupont Underground

I recently had a chance to explore an abandoned site under Washington, DC’s Dupont Circle. Dupont Underground is promoting the site as a performing space for “cutting-edge arts, architecture, design and creative endeavors.” They made it available to our group of  urban … Continue reading

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Intriguing Mystery+CrowdSourced Journalism = ?

I ran across a fascinating NYT video I’d like to share with you. The video centers on the mystery of “a life, or a fragment of a life” explored via social media and reported by New York Times journalist Deborah Acosta. … Continue reading

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Navigating Time, Place & Identity

Portraying Women of a Certain Age A few days ago I encountered some striking portraits of women of a certain age. The portraits seemed to have an almost mythic sensibility – posed, yes, but also very natural. The more I … Continue reading

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