It took me a few months after leaving Mexico before I could try to understand the effect that the country and its people had on me and how I view the world. Eventually, I came to tell a story of three women in Mexico – Elena, Vicki and Blanca. This is my story of finding family in Mexico.
MyGobe asked me to shoot a roll of 35mm Kodak Portra in a day, and come out with 12 shots that told a little story of a day in my life. There’s also a mini-interview. Check it out over here.
In the modern world, literature is one of the few avenues that continues to develop and harness the power of our imagination. I believe it is under threat from some forms of modern technology, and can affect our ability to interact socially. A world without imagination is a world without empathy. I wrote an article for Pilerats exploring some of these ideas.
Read it here.
The changing face of my hometown convinced me to pen some thoughts about how communities and councils need to prepare for the future, while keeping the importance of natural beauty at the forefront.