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Snowed in at Sidney, Nebraska: Discovering the Beauty of Micro-Journeys

My son and I left Oklahoma on a cloudy Sunday morning with 2,000 miles before us. The accumulation of four years of college life...

Capturing a Lasting Legacy: The While I’m Here Project

“A hero is someone who does something extraordinary. I’m just doing ordinary things.” “The most important thing, I believe, is what I’m doing now...

Working for the White House: Duncan Wolfe and President Obama

Lincoln Motor Company. Collective Quarterly. McDonalds. Amazon. The White House. These are just some of the clients 28-year-old Duncan Wolfe has done work with. Yes,...

Ann in the Airport

A year ago, I left the United States to go home to Italy. While I was searching for someone to watch my bag while...

Sam Horine: Ever-Evolving and Constantly Changing

When I asked Sam Horine if he thought he would’ve been a photographer if he hadn’t come to New York City, he seemed perplexed. “I...

6 Spots to Photograph Cherry Blossoms in Washington D.C.

Last week, as Washington D.C. welcomed spring, I learned two new Japanese words, “sakura” and “hanami.” “Sakura” is Japanese term for flowering cherry blossom...

Following Steinbeck Across America

We caught up with photographer and storyteller Briana Moore to chat about her dog, John Steinbeck, America, and how they all intersect in her...

Instagram Spotlight: Exploring Philadelphia with Albert Lee

Albert Lee is a proud Philly native who loves to show off the best sides of his city on his Instagram feed, @urphillypal. For...

Let’s Talk: Walking Across America

Christopher Andrews set out on a 3,000 mile journey across America on foot to encourage people everywhere to practice the art of conversation. We...