Two of my latent passions are photography and journalism. I finished high school (20 years ago!) looking toward a career in this field but was diverted by joining the Navy to become a machinist on a nuclear submarine. (Huh?) Yeah, a big divergence.
I’ve done some writing for religious journals recently and have stayed active in photography but haven’t pursued them together.
On March 21, 2007 I had the opportunity to take part in a “24 hours” project for photography. I turned the occasion into a self-assigned photo essay on homeless families. The full story and selected photos can be found HERE.
I’m grateful to the people and leadership of my congregation, Nexus Church, who graciously gave me the day off to pursue this opportunity. I am blessed to have the support of these people in documenting the needs and work of social justice in our communities as part of my ministry.