Projects

THE ROAR

Observing the tradition, ritual and stewardship of New Zealand’s North Island rural bush hunters

LETTERS FROM THE BACKSIDE

Portraits and handwritten letters from folks who work on the backside of the New Orleans Fairgrounds horse track

STEWARDS

A deeply collaborative project that comprises the words and portraits of 40 female-identified South Louisianans who create and tend to intentional space

THIS LAND WAS THEIRS

During the brutality of Jim Crow, Lincoln Beach was a cultural sanctuary for African Americans

GOD’S COUNTRY

A shared exploration of Louisiana’s farthest frontiers by the collective Southerly Gold

ELEMENTAL

An orchestrated online collaboration of 8 female photographers under the theme of earth, air, fire & water

NO COMPLY

Swamp Surburbia and Retaliation to a Culture of Crime: How Katrina sparked a Black skateboarding renaissance

MY MOTHER’S DAUGHTER

A journey through thousands of lost color slides my mother shot, found 25 years after her death

WHERE THEY AT

A living archive of New Orleans Bounce and Hip-Hop in Words and Pictures from 1989-2005

GOLD DUST

Portraits and oral histories from Singapore’s transgendered community