In the past, I’ve kept my humanitarian travel and photography all on my personal blog since I considered this my lifestyle blog. But more doors have been opening, and I plan to begin to post on this part of my life over here. So for starters this month included a huge honor. Click Magazine included a five page spread of an article I wrote on shooting humanitarian photography with dignity along with some photos that are dear to my heart. You can grab your copy at Barnes & Noble. And if you’re a photographer or artist looking to use your skill for others, please contact me for more info on a February trip that is specifically for creatives to use their talents to serve some incredible ministries in Ethiopia.
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I attended a Kinfolk dinner in D.C. and felt like a child going to their first birthday party. It was held at Union Market with some incredible vendors and unbelievable food (with a gluten-free cherry bourbon cake that about put me over the edge of propriety.) My new friend Rebecca from A Daily Something hosted, and my partners for the THRIVE retreats, the girls at Sweet Root Village, did an unbelievable job with the decor. And the whole night felt like a bit of a dream in artistic fairyland.