GIS interpretation of photos

Check out this very interesting and creative interpretation of several of my photos using a Geographic Information System (GIS), created by Christopher Bernard at University of New Hampshire – link You can see Chris’ full article about my UNH exhibit here....

Scars of Refugees

I found this article important and moving. It is understandable that some … want to pretend that they are not refugees. It is more glamorous to be an exile, more comprehensible to be an immigrant, more desirable to be an expatriate. The need to belong can change...

Book wins TWO national awards!

[fusion_text]”Different Roots, Common Dreams” has received two national book awards. First is a 2016 Benjamin Franklin book award from the Independent Book Publishers Association – a silver award in the Multicultural category.  I flew to Salt Lake...

Great Book Review!

“Different Roots, Common Dreams”  received a wonderful review from the Midwest Book Review! They stated that it “is a pleasure to browse through and … very highly recommended.” Here’s the review. The Photography Shelf Different...

Eid, A Time for Forgiveness

The Muslim holy month of Ramadan has just come to an end. In the last few years, I have been fortunate to learn a thing or two about this holy season through my photography within the Muslim community in New Hampshire. The start of Ramadan varies every year, timed on...

How It Began

I am often asked why and how I started this project to photograph immigrants and refugees in New Hampshire. The inadequate answer is I really don’t know – it was like the proverbial light bulb going off over my head. Yet I can point to the convergence of...