Geraldton: Aboriginal Australia’s Face

She says, “You can’t tell me there were no Stolen Generations. They took my mother and my four brothers and that feels like taking a lump of gold out of my pocket.” Australia was aboriginal long before the convict-carrying vessels came and this is something that many people these days neglect to … [Read more...]

Ujamaa: Makonde’s Gift To The World

Intertwined figures locked in a dance, depicting a culture so universal that permeated unity which the society now seemed to be deprived of. The Makonde tribe’s intricate wood carvings was more than a story, it was the apologue of life. // Taken October, 2013 while photowalking with Iko // … [Read more...]

Phnom Penh: The Seat Of Forgiveness

Idealism came with a cruel price for the Khmer people, pointing fingers have become redundant. Phnom Penh, Cambodia struggles to rebuild itself – to take pride and wear it, to sleep peacefully again, to forgive but never forget the nightmare that killed thousands. // Taken April, 2013 while … [Read more...]

Jaipur: Another Version of Pink

I had my idea of the color ‘pink’ but the locals had theirs as well. Jaipur - the famous Pink City of  Rajasthan, India  was no where close to mine but I was happy that it was so because I hated the color ‘pink’ and saw the old, familiar state of rust that I loved so much.// Taken January, 2013 … [Read more...]

Udaipur: Lemons to Lemonade

When life gives you lemons, what do you do again? Oh yeah, make a pitcher of lemonade. My pitcher is an hour’s worth of Udaipur’s City Palace. // Taken February, 2013 while photowalking with Iko // … [Read more...]