Category Archive: travel

GOODBYEDAHO. {IDAHO}

When we go to Idaho, the first view of the lake always makes my heart beat. We pull down the driveway and the sky opens up and the smell of the air is… Continue reading

LITTLE PLASTIC LAKE. {IDAHO}

i don’t want realistic! i want magic. ++tennessee williams We are back in the gem state again, for an end of the summer jump in the lake. The weather is cooler and the… Continue reading

THE MAGIC. {VASHON ISLAND}

“and above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. those who don’t believe in magic will never find… Continue reading

SANDPOINT SUMMER CAMP. {IDAHO}

Dear Mom & Dad, Thank you for buying a cabin on lake Pend Oreille and thank you for letting us come and stay with you for weeks on end. Thank you for cooking… Continue reading

Little plastic Seoul. {KOrea}

Seoul through the lens of a Diana Mini.

Tim + James. {Korea}

While I was in Korea, I hung out with Tim and James. Sometimes we hung out at seafood tents, sometimes we ate fried chicken, but always it was bright-lights-city-fun with these two. On… Continue reading

HEART & SEOUL. {KOREA}

The city of Seoul has a heartbeat. Ten million people together: riding subways, hailing cabs, buying kimbap, waiting for buses, crossing streets, watching for small slices of sky between the high rises. One… Continue reading

The Valerio Family. {Korea}

While I was in Korea, I photographed this radiant little family. These four (similar to┬áthe other family┬áthat I photographed while I was in Asia) are also teachers and adventurers, and they have explored… Continue reading

1970’s SEOUL. {KOREA}

On my 9th day in Korea, my friend James offered to take me on a field trip to an old palace in the middle of Seoul. We walked through the gates and it… Continue reading

The Lambie Family. {Korea}

These three adventurers have lived all over the world: teaching at International Schools and exploring Asia. They now reside in Seoul and while I was in Korea, I was lucky enough to have… Continue reading