I've been blessed to meet people from around the world. China. Kenya. Mexico. All the hell over Canada. Cuba. Ghana. Ecuador. Here are some candid portraits I've taken of the people I've met on my travels. So far.
It has been two weeks since I returned from Ghana. And I miss it more with every passing day. It's always this way, alas. With the warm reception of the first collection of portraits of the Kids of Asemkow (thanks again for Freshly Pressing, WordPress), I wanted to do a follow-up post with another collection … Continue reading More Kids From Asemkow. More Smiles.
Albeit I was mainly shooting the youth in Ghana, I did take some shots of the village elders as well. Their faces tell many stories, so I'll let them do the storytelling here.
The kids in Ghana are full of life. In all of my travels, they are some of the most happiest, proud and beautiful kids I've ever met. And they love to have their photos taken as you will quickly see. I just returned from a 2 week stint photographing with Me to We in small … Continue reading The Kids of Asemkow
I'm returning to Ghana after being there nearly seven years ago. It was my first trip to Africa. Hell, that was my first time leaving North America. Since then, I've been around the world—China, Ecuador, Kenya, Cuba, Mexico, etc. I'm going back this time as a photographer for Me to We, and couldn't be more thrilled. … Continue reading The Faces of Ghana