A few weeks ago I took my camera, walked outside and asked strangers questions about their hopes and fears during this unprecedented time. Although this was shot before quarantines, social distancing, and stay-in-place orders became commonplace, I was able to
Greetings from Utah! Yesterday we had a beautiful day in Millcreek Canyon in Salt Lake City. Twenty minutes in any direction we have access to the forest, the desert, the mountains, the snow in September. At least every other day
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We went on Wasatch hike and I took the Scarlet-W with me.
This week, I’m excited to announce my next thing. Deltree’s mission was always “to move you.” For nearly a decade we produced stories and digital experiences for impact. Propelled by the viral 50 People, 1 Question series, we produced in
This headline is not clickbait. Trump’s FCC chair openly states he wants to destroy net neutrality and his past voting confirms that, as an Obama FCC commissioner. This looming loss of freedom stems from a willful and ignorant belief: Capitalism
Reflecting at #StudioBe for MLK day. The cause, is the cause of our time. BMike’s stunning art left my eyes glazed and soul searching for more purpose. Still, #wewantjustice and we got work to do. The prize is the people.
We spend almost 10K per capita in America on healthcare. Over 17 percent of our GDP. More than double than Germany and all other major economies. Yet, we barely edge out Cuba in life expectancy and fall low on the
The LA Times posted a much-needed flare piece citing some emergent research out of Washington given their recent deregulation of cannabis. “Across the country, there has been a decreased perception of risk associated with marijuana among adolescents,” says study leader
Two parents are fighting bitterly, a child weeps. After years of sharp discord, the child becomes reckless. Do we become angry at the child for being weak, responding ineffectively, or hurting themselves? Why would we further strike down the wronged?