Cuba Photography

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Cuba. Whoa.  The last I heard, Americans still weren’t really allowed in and as far as I knew, you had to plan your trip well in advance as a part of a tour group or educational institute. I was living in the town of Tulum, Mexico, teaching yoga at a health and wellness …

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Physicians for Peace, Creating Yader’s Facemask

After his initial feelings of self consciousness and embarrassment, he thanked the IME's (International Medical Educators) for their work on his mask, explaining how he's no longer going to hide behind compression garments and bandanas. "I'm looking forward to stepping out in society again, applying for jobs and creating a future for myself," he stated.
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Last October, I was invited to travel to Nicaragua with Physicians for Peace as the photographer/videographer on a burn care mission. Physicians for Peace is an organization that sends trained medical professionals from the U.S. and other countries to provide medical education and guidance to trainees in countries with underserved populations. Their …

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Watum Village, Papua New Guinea

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Portraits of a few of my favorite faces and smiles from Watum Village, Papua New Guinea.

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Honiara, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands

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Our second stop in the Solomon Islands was the capital city of Honiara on the island of Guadalcanal. A major World World II battle site between the U.S. and Japan, children come up to the top of the hill where the memorial is and try to sell old war buttons, …

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