Now what?
Now what?

So you got where you were going. Now what? It’s about the journey not the destination. If you only worry about where you will end, you will lose out on all the journey has to offer. And, then, when you reach that destination that you fought so hard to get to, you will feel regret overall all you missed. The destination isn’t what brings joy and fulfillment, it is the journey that does. 

No Fear, No Boundaries
No Fear, No Boundaries

No Fear, No Boundaries seeks to explore the joy, fearlessness, and bravado of believing any dream can be achieved. Yet, as we watch our children head daringly towards their future, we, as parents, want to protect them from the realities they will inevitably encounter.

True North
True North
Your Rise
Your Rise
When Fear Wins
When Fear Wins

When Fear Wins tackles the idea of allowing comfort to become a prison. When fear wins, you become a prisoner of not only your surroundings but also of yourself. You lock away your ability to explore the world and allow those experiences to build who you will become. True freedom comes from journeying down new paths and bravely exploring the unknown.  While it may appear easier to climb back into the safety of what is familiar, in the end, that safety will entrap you.

Me, Myself and Eye
Me, Myself and Eye

Me, Myself and Eye is my, albeit limited, attempt to explore and capture the emotions and the turmoil I have experienced since Charlottesville. My hope is that this image will stand as a reminder to my children that evil only wins when we choose to turn away.

Through the recent events in our country, I have been moved to consider what happens when good people choose to close their eyes to hatred, bigotry, and racism. To think about how ignoring evil can lead us to repeat the sins of our past. There is an inherent danger in choosing only to see beauty…to choose to overlook the darkness. We cannot…we must not allow ourselves to cover our eyes. We must look at evil. Inspect it. Study it. Recognize it. Name it. And, then ultimately take its power away.

This image, Me, Myself and Eye, is my personal totem in this fight. My reminder that for good and beauty to triumph we must open our eyes, let our past serve as enduring lessons and move bravely forward with acceptance, respect, and celebration of both our similarities and our differences.

Not Broken...Just Bent
Not Broken...Just Bent

Powerful winds will move through your life, often at unexpected times. How you choose to respond becomes a testament to your character. In those moments, allow yourself the flexibility to bend with the wind. You never know what you might see from that perspective. But, once you have looked around, harness your roots, your core, and your center and stand tall again because the wind, no matter how strong, should never be allowed to break you.

Now what?
No Fear, No Boundaries
True North
Your Rise
When Fear Wins
Me, Myself and Eye
Not Broken...Just Bent
Now what?

So you got where you were going. Now what? It’s about the journey not the destination. If you only worry about where you will end, you will lose out on all the journey has to offer. And, then, when you reach that destination that you fought so hard to get to, you will feel regret overall all you missed. The destination isn’t what brings joy and fulfillment, it is the journey that does. 

No Fear, No Boundaries

No Fear, No Boundaries seeks to explore the joy, fearlessness, and bravado of believing any dream can be achieved. Yet, as we watch our children head daringly towards their future, we, as parents, want to protect them from the realities they will inevitably encounter.

True North
Your Rise
When Fear Wins

When Fear Wins tackles the idea of allowing comfort to become a prison. When fear wins, you become a prisoner of not only your surroundings but also of yourself. You lock away your ability to explore the world and allow those experiences to build who you will become. True freedom comes from journeying down new paths and bravely exploring the unknown.  While it may appear easier to climb back into the safety of what is familiar, in the end, that safety will entrap you.

Me, Myself and Eye

Me, Myself and Eye is my, albeit limited, attempt to explore and capture the emotions and the turmoil I have experienced since Charlottesville. My hope is that this image will stand as a reminder to my children that evil only wins when we choose to turn away.

Through the recent events in our country, I have been moved to consider what happens when good people choose to close their eyes to hatred, bigotry, and racism. To think about how ignoring evil can lead us to repeat the sins of our past. There is an inherent danger in choosing only to see beauty…to choose to overlook the darkness. We cannot…we must not allow ourselves to cover our eyes. We must look at evil. Inspect it. Study it. Recognize it. Name it. And, then ultimately take its power away.

This image, Me, Myself and Eye, is my personal totem in this fight. My reminder that for good and beauty to triumph we must open our eyes, let our past serve as enduring lessons and move bravely forward with acceptance, respect, and celebration of both our similarities and our differences.

Not Broken...Just Bent

Powerful winds will move through your life, often at unexpected times. How you choose to respond becomes a testament to your character. In those moments, allow yourself the flexibility to bend with the wind. You never know what you might see from that perspective. But, once you have looked around, harness your roots, your core, and your center and stand tall again because the wind, no matter how strong, should never be allowed to break you.

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