Category Archives: Soul Parenting

How I View 2013: My favorite black and white images from my Project 365

In 2013,  I participated in a 365 project with some dear friends. For those of you not in photography, a 365 is a common personal project for photographers in which a photo a day is taken and often shared. My full set can be seen here on Flickr and some I occasionally shared here on […]

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59/365 peek

“Trespass not on her solitude.” She came home from school yesterday in a funk and climbed the stairs woefully straight to her room. She scrambled up the blankets on her bed, and set up all of her favorite “stuff”, as if she had planned the event all day long at school while daydreaming out the […]

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Soul Parenting

What does it mean to parent with “soul”? This fall, Richmond’s own kindness worker, Patience Salgado, invited me and another photographer, Marilou Jaen, to be a weekly contributor on her facebook project, Soul Parenting. Her idea? To post storytelling images and words that convey “all the things we think and do not say…all the ways we […]

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