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From creating portraits of Ana, a survivor of terrorism who was kidnapped and forced into servitude, to capturing the essence of David Bowie's bandmates, I've been blessed with numerous opportunities to capture the multifaceted aspects of humanity.

Below, you'll find portraits and stories featured in several magazines—brief narratives that, although too short for individual pages, carry a power too compelling to omit from this portfolio.

A Victim of Terrorism Faces Deportation for Helping Terrorists

Kidnapped and forced into servitude by guerrillas in El Salvador, Ana escaped and sought asylum in the U.S. Now the government, citing an ever-expanding antiterror provision, plans to send her back.

Article by Jenna Krajeski (The New Yorker, link to article)

When One Parent Leaves a Hasidic Community, What Happens to the Kids?

The irreconcilable differences between Orthodoxy and secularism increasingly end up in court.

Article by Larissa MacFarquhar (The New Yorker, link to article)

Her Kinda Country

Hailey Whitters is a voice for a part of America that Nashville often overlooks.

Article by Justin Curto (New York Magazine, link to article)

Home Truths

Iranian brothers Saint Abdullah bring Islam and vetern Impovisors to their international sound collages. 

Article by Tristan Bath (The Wire, Issue 426)

Torrey Peters Goes There

The author’s debut novel, Detransition, Baby, wades into two of the most vulnerable questions for trans women.

Article by Lila Shapiro (New York Magazine, link to article) 

Boys Keep Swinging

Three years after they helped to realise David Bowie’s final album Donny McCaslin, Jason Lindner, & Tim Lefebvre form part of a thriving network of jazz players fusing songwriting and imporvisation.

Article by Phil Freeman (The Wire, Issue 421)

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