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Orangutans share 97% of the same DNA and genetics as humans; but our commonalities won’t protect their precarious futures. With only 60,000 orangutans left in the wild, the sad reality […]

Special Olympics 2018′

Special Olympics, 3-3-18, Elyria High Athletes from all over Northeast Ohio competed in the 2018′ Special Olympics, Individual Skills competition.

A Silver Lining

A few weeks ago, I entered my photo essay on the Guilin Chinese fishermen to the World Nomads Scholarship competition. Thousands of people entered with the grand prize winning a […]

A Friend in the Avatar Forest

I returned from hiking Zhangjiajie with swollen knees and all I wanted was some ibuprofen and a cold beer. I settled into the one foot tall chair on the hotel […]

The Cormorant Fisherman

Xingping, China A fisherman demonstrates the dying art of using cormorant birds to catch fish on the Li River. The 1,000 year old tradition dates back to 960 A.D. and […]

“A Child’s Joy”

Was pleasantly surprised finding out that I received 1st Place in the Staff/Faculty category of CWRU and Tri-C’s Martin Luther King Jr Essay Reflection Competition with my image of “A […]

Running Down a Dream

Over the past year, I’ve been considering what it would take to combine my passions into a different career path. A job in a helping field, in a place where […]

Halloween Tree

A heavy fog rolled through and it felt as if we were in a dream. Visibility worsened as a silent field of tombstones appeared around the bend. As we got […]

The Runner

Do you have that one friend that is truly inspiring? I was hiking on the Towpath in Cuyahoga Valley a few weeks back when a jogger raced by and all […]

Along the Towpath Trail

Backpacker Magazine Photo Contest

I was finally notified by Backpacker Magazine that this Crater Lake image took 1st place in their national contest. The prize is a DXO digital camera along with being published […]