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Sitting with my Mother

Even before the start, my mother guided me toward photography—and now, she helps me navigate it.

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Back to Somewhere You’ve Never Been

In early December, my mother called. Her foot surgery would be far more intense than we expected.

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Photos from the Women’s March in Oakland

I got very excited when I heard about the Women’s March in Washington. I wanted to be part of something historic. I needed community.

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Chasing My
Summer Self

Growing up, I longed for summer. For the ways summer transformed and freed me to do whatever, wherever. This summer I took that license as far as I ever have.

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I Haven’t Told You Everything

Unlike the poem, which requires you add everything before you can think about removing things, the photograph achieves through reduction.

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Live from the Eye of the Storm

An opportunity came to visit the Bay Area, where my boy and his family live, which was too good to pass on.

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Homeflight

My mother’s cousin, Gina, was dying. She knew this. We knew this. She’d been making her peace with the aggressive return of an aggressive cancer for over a year.