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I travelled to Liberia last December and March with FACE Africa.  During my stay, I got to know Liberia and Liberian people.  

To get to witness people's lives is a privilege.  I am grateful for every assignment I get, to drop in to people's life, and I am more grateful when they receive me.  Now it's my turn to tell a story about people I meet.  I am not a writer.  But I can show you my experience through my photographs.  Please keep them in your prayer during this difficult time.

Monadnock Street on LensCulture

I put up my portfolio of my neighborhood photo essay "Monadnock Street" on my project, Lens Culture website.  Please check it out!

Click Here to Monadnock Street on Lens Culture! 




On the cutting room floor: 2013 Xmas Shoot

On December 8, 2013,  I asked my friend and a drag queen Paulina to model for my Christmas card shoot.  We were playing with ideas of a fun Xmas Shoot.  Thank you for Paulina's input and collaboration, I am very happy with my last year's Xmas card.
Here is my Christmas card and photos I really liked, but did not make it through the cutting room.  Which one DO YOU like the best? Did I make a right choice on my card? ;)

去年のドラァッグクイーンクリスマスカードのモデルに友人のポリーナになってもらいました。1番上がクリスマスカードで、下の2枚は最終候補まで残ったのですが、最後にXとなりました。 皆さんならどれをクリスマスカードにどれを選びますか?;ーD

Xmas Card

Xmas Card

On the cutting room floor 1

On the cutting room floor 1

On the cutting room floor 2

On the cutting room floor 2

Jacques Cabaret: Lens Culture website

I created a project on Lens culture invitation only website.  I am looking forward to adding more project here.
First added project to Lens Culture: Jacques Cabaret
This is how it started: My friend Valerie took me to Jacques Cabaret in Boston one saturday evening, some time in 2007... many moons ago... That night, there, I saw amazing talents Destiny Boston, Lakia, Miss. Chris and Mizery on stage. I could not take my eyes off of them during their performance. I knew I wanted to photograph them. That was my way of expressing " I like your style". 

Sometime I had taken years off from photographing them. But they have always remans at special part in my photographic heart. On and off, I have continued photographing them. Friendship have developed. Now I photograph them in color. But this is how it all started... Rolls of B & W film and every weekend in backstage at Jacqued Cabaret.

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