A trip to the 70-s

February 28, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
In 1974 city of Spokane hosted Expo '74 was the first environmentally themed world's fair. The heart of the fair park grounds was located on Canada Island, Havermale Island, and the adjacent south bank of the Spokane river in the center of the city. I was visiting my daughter in February and it felt like time travel. Weather was very nasty, with s...
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Photos from the Women's March in Seattle

February 25, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I have huge amount of respect for photojournalists of the past. imagine being in the midst of moving crowd and changing roll of film at the same time! Checking exposure levels and manual focus, composing and rewinding film. Every image is deliberate and there is no room for error. Andrew and his son Joel joined me for the Women's March in Seattle t...
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Imprisoned for profit: The Northwest Detention Center

January 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Imprisoned for Profit: The Northwest Detention Center - our latest video in collaboration with Andrew Elizaga. We went filming the protest on January 7th, during the cold winter spell, before the immigration policies of new Trump's administration were released. Please watch the short film and be aware of the facts and see the faces of people who...
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The Perfect Strangers

January 23, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I want to say Thank You to all the people who marched on January 21st, women, men, young and wise. Sea of pink feels very welcoming and supportive! Thank You for knitting, crocheting and sewing these awesome hats! Thank You for spelling your heart out on your signs! Thank You!
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An early start on democracy

January 22, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Frederick Douglass once noted, “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” For me as an educator this sentence rings true. What we teach our children and the examples we show them by doing will help form their future. I went to Women's March on Seattle as a mother, teacher, human, and photographer, to be a part of the histori...
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