FLANEUR

Sometimes the magic we need is waiting in our own backyard. Wake up every morning to a secret mission in your inbox,  inviting you to wander your familiar world from a whole new point of view. Learn how to see opportunities for connection ...
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WHY

It’s our nature to want to know answers to the questions
we ask, but what if the question(s) were enough? What if
the time we spent searching was the meaningful
time spent. 
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TENURE

We hold on to so many things; our past, our fears and our judgements of self. We hold onto them, not because they are good, but because in their familiarity, they provide a false sense of comfort. They take up that precious space within ourselves and stifle our creativity.
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HEARD

Words are so necessary for me to process my own expression—holding space for those things that are usually left unsaid and hidden. But, in my own using, i sometimes choke my photographs with those very words and kill the strength that my photos already have in and
of themselves. I don’t give them the space to be heard. 
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WIDE OPEN

I hate feeling vulnerable, i do. I pause every time i process
and post a photograph. But, i still do it each time. Why? I do
it because my photos, my expression and my life
depend upon it.
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US|NYC

We live in an online world. We met in an online world. We
became closer in an online world. Let us now come together
in the real world, New York City, to photograph, share
and grow. 
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CHOICES•PARIS

Join us in Paris. It is a magical place that is open to so many interpretations. Open to be experienced by those willing to walk her streets and get to know all that is Paris. It's a place of found scenes and shared sites—to be captured and remembered always. .
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TRUE COLORS

We’re going because we’re nomads at heart, because we love this earth, because we can’t get enough of adventure, because we carry around (still) too much shame for being so deeply feeling, so serious and at the same time, so ridiculously junior high.
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