Forrest Neal, a former football player from Alabama who was dependent on ADHD medication used the practice of meditation to transform his life.
Me Diste Alas: You Gave me Wings is a photo series produced as a result of a social exploration into the Latino community in Illinois.
In this mixed-media photographic book series, To Anglicize, I altered the book, Native Universe: Voices of Indian America.
In the 1970’s, Cambodians endured the Khmer Rouge regime genocide led by Pol Pot, killing almost 3 million people—almost every individual alive in Cambodia today has been closely affected by the genocide.
Forrest Neal is the author of the best selling book, "The Power of Meditation," and certified meditation instructor at the Meditation Center of Alabama. Venerable Dr. Nicholas Thanissaro, Ph.D. is a Buddhist monk and a world renowned meditation instructor who gives frequent lectures and retreats at the mediation center.
Exhibited is street photography inspired by Robert Frank, the Swiss-American photographer who iconically captured the rise of 20th century consumerism amid the darkness of racism. Frank stitched together cultural intricacies that continue to define the United States. These images are a tribute to Frank's confrontationally avant-garde style.
The Lunar New Year Parade, 2015. Chinatown, Chicago.
Chicago's March for Our Lives Protest against gun violence in the United States, 2018.
HIV/AIDS orphanage located in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.