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HUMANS | Stories of resilience, adventure and life

We are all so different, yet we are really all the same. We find different clubs to fit in, to find belonging and solidarity in our own journey in life, but do these "clubs," religion, race, political affiliation, socioeconomic status or lack thereof, heritage, nationality, gender, separate us sometimes more than unite us.

Having traveled extensively as a young girl to third world countries, growing up in a world where I went to a private school, simultaneously also hearing discussions between my parents on how they were going to make ends meet, I have a perspective where I experienced the two extremes of privilege and lack of in a way. I was afforded the luxury of trying every musical private lesson in my search for "my gift." I found my gift, but it wasn't music... you guessed it, after years of searching, I found photography.