- The mannequin challenge game at @Americaneagle is next level today, but their #WeAllCan pride campaign is even better.
Visibility on all fronts in our society is a huge step forward for the LGBTQ community and a message to young queer and transgender kids that they are valid and deserving of love, respect and rights. This is what pride means to me. Being visible and unapologetic for who I am. #WeAllCan #Unite #AEOPartner #ad
Post you're own selfie with #WeAllCan for a chance to have their photo featured on the @AmericanEagleOutfitters Pride Float in #NYC.
- Loved photographing @melsenecal + @jillmenor for @kennethcole 's #TiedWithPride campaign for the LGBTQ pride edition Kam sneaker. ππβ€οΈProceeds benefiting @humanrightscampaign #DoCourageous
- 49 white ribbons for the 49 victims at Pulse June 12th 2016. Thank you @megangecklerstudio and @humanrightscampaign for giving us a space to remember and grieve for our LGBTQ family members taken from us. #HonorThemWithAction
- Hope y'all enjoyed the #QueerMeOut panel discussion at @whotels in D.C.! Had a blast speaking with my inspiring co-panelists about social media's effect on LGBTQ issues. Now I'm headed to the after party. If you're in D.C. Come join me! #LoveTravels
- HAPPY PRIDE D.C.!!! If you're in town, come to the W Hotel to hear me speak in #QueerMeOut a global LGBTQ panel for @whotels. Tonight I'll be speaking about how social media is shaping conversations on gender and LGBTQ issues. Hope to see you here!
- Look how gorgeous @bigandmilky and @jamesbwhiteside look in the #TiedWithPride pride sneaker campaign I πΈ shot for @kennethcole ! Proceeds from the pride Kam sneaker go to @humanrightscampaign . Go check em out! Happy pride! π#DoCourageous
June 3rd 2017
Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda
Last week I got to track and meet Charles and his family in the north western most corner of Rwanda. Charles is the dominant Silverback of his mountain gorilla family. I was happy I was greeted by him first seeing as how he'd be calling the shots for his whole group and my chances to photograph them. Though he appears massive and intimidating, he was friendly and curious which made photographing him much more personal and intimate than I had expected. I felt like I was photographing a human.