One Month To Give

One Month To Give

By Perry Smith  My wonderful Aunt Ann was battling cancer in 2012 while balancing a full-time job and keeping up with her home. She was my hero and I knew I needed to help her but I wasn’t quite sure how I could. Eventually, I landed on the idea of using photography...
Military Homecoming

Military Homecoming

Story and Photo by Julie Gayler. After 7 long months of the immense personal sacrifice of serving our country, even one minute more seems like an eternity. To be told so many times he was on his way, only to have a delay, is the height of emotions from 213 days of the...
This is Passion

This is Passion

Story by Melania Shertzer /// My beautiful daughter Damiana was having issues with balance one day, swaying while standing “still.” We knew something was wrong, but we were scared to know what it really was, and we didn’t want to know. On Friday, December 7th,...
Do You Hear What I Hear?

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Story by Jane Ammon /// I’m a listener who happens to photograph. I was born with a moderately severe sensorineural hearing loss and did not speak until I was 3. For me, communication is whole body dependent. I hear by leaning in, interpreting body language, and...
Who Am I?

Who Am I?

Story by Kate Meyer /// I was in a relationship and madly in love. Everything was perfect. I had no idea about the curveball life was about to throw at me. My boyfriend, the love of my life, was leading a double life as a doting boyfriend, who had it all together…and...