WHAT A HOOT! I’ve never photographed 20+ people before. These are some of the rowdiest Cajuns I think I’ve ever met.
things that are sweet: pastries from the Casserole Shop, natural light, macro lenses.
I had the honor of photographing my good friends Amanda and Brandon before their marriage. We had a lot of fun traipsing across Macon and reliving their memories.
During our trip, we spent three days on the Maasai Mara, enjoying the wildlife and excitement that comes with exploring a country that we’d only read about. Elephants, giraffes, and lions graced our path. Double rainbows, rainfall in the horizon, trails running off through the grass, every part was magical.
While in Kenya, we spent the majority of our time in Sisit, a small community in close proximity to Sigor. Our group installed 25 water filters and a water-powered water pump. I met some absolutely beautiful people during this trip, and I continue to keep them close to my heart.
For the Fall Semester of 2011, Mercer University Greek Life launched a campaign entitled, “I’m Greek Because…,” which aimed to encourage prospective recruits to seek more information about campus fraternities and sororities. This was an incredibly fun project, as I was responsible for the project from start to finish–photography, copy editing, and graphic design.
Little Rock School in Kibera is just one of those places you wish you could spend a week, or a month. Some of the poorest children in Kenya live in the slum, Kibera, and a few of them are blessed enough with enrollment at Little Rock School, which also has classes for the deaf and […]