This was a hot afternoon in San Juan, PR and this person was seated watching the kids play in the water ahead. Even though it was a really hot day there were sun showers happening every hour or so and the rain made the air even thicker. I saw this umbrella and I thought it was comical to see a person shielding themselves from water while others were drenching themselves in it. Just a juxtaposition I thought was funny.
My heart is heavy today with grief over the events in Orlando. Often people say to me that homophobia and transphobia are things of the past. They spout off weak examples of how our world has grown like "modern family" and "Caitlyn Jenner". These are not examples of how homophobia and transphobia are non existent they are in fact examples of how our world continues to make LGBTQ folks "comedic or beyond boundaries". In fact, our world still hates. It hates very much. It hates
A homeless man in#puertorico with his pet kitten "Christmas". Don't be alarmed she is just completely at ease in her little bed. So much so that when he stops petting her belly she reaches up to his hands and begs for more. She has the bluest eyes I have ever seen a cat have. Cats are protected here on the island and hailed as the city's finest rodent control. That being said, there are programs here that help the survival of the cats by feeding, watering and providing vet ca
I have been going through my photos from a few years ago in order to pick some prints to sell. I am pretty good at remembering what images are mine but sometimes good images go to the wayside based on my mood or my aesthetic. Sometimes going back over my photos I see it in a new way or in the way I meant it all along. Who knows! This image stood out to me today. It is a young person in the middle of an ice breaker called The Human Knot. It is a complicated game to say the lea
I was a theatre major in college. I think for me, when I was deciding what I wanted to do for the rest of my life I chose what I was good at (at the time) and didn't push myself further. I was drawn to theatre initially because I loved to day dream and pretend and theatre seemed like natural way to tell these stories. Falling out of love with theatre was probably the best thing for me as a person. I was able to find my voice in a place that was one hundred percent my own. Tak