The Way I See It (Blog)

  1. One Year Ago: A Movement, Not a Moment

    31 May 2021
    Just days after the brutal murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin was caught on camera, the world woke up and a movement quickly took hold. A year later, many of us are still here, still fighting for liberation. For me – and so much of New…

  2. Chopping it Up with Yvonne Hanson: A Few Insights on Documenting Social Activism

    28 Apr 2021
    From time to time I’m pleasantly surprised by someone asking me to speak about my experiences documenting protests and social activism in general. Most recently, Vancouver, BC photographer Yvonne Hanson reached out to me to discuss my process for photographing demonstrations; we talked ethics and mindset, motivation and inspiration. I…

  3. The Cost of Convenience: Amazon’s Garbage Christmas

    29 Dec 2020
    What is the cost of convenience? These former and current Amazon warehouse employees have some important insights to share concerning the way Amazon has treated its workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Featured: The Congress of Essential Workers, Rev. Billy Talen and the Stop Shopping Choir Shot and edited by Jason…

  4. Courage to Stand: Justice for Quawan Charles

    08 Dec 2020
    If for some inexplicable reason you don’t know the story of Quawan Charles, I will fill you in briefly: Quawan “Bobby” Charles was a mild-mannered 15-year-old who went missing from his rural Louisiana home on October 30, 2020. Days after his disappearance (on November 3, Election Day in the U.S.)…

  5. Love in the Time of Corona’

    25 Mar 2020
    Social distancing be damned. Grand Central Terminal (March 2020)

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