The last few days have been emotional to say the least.
Early Sunday morning, I boarded a #prideride #grindrforequality bus and made my way to D.C. It was a magical day that left me with a renewed sense of hope.
Last night, I stood sobbing during a Pulse memorial. It was one year ago to the day that we lost a group of remarkable humans from this earth. We can either choose to live in fear or to band together and grow stronger as a community. Support each other, love each other, take care of your fellow humans. Life is short, tell those around you that you love them and don't forget to love yourself in the process.
I feel honored to be able to share my experiences with the world through my photography and my words in pieces published by OUT and VICE.
OUT: Gays Against Guns Hosts Pulse Memorial Outside Stonewall Inn
OUT: Queer Power & Political Resistance at Capital Pride
VICE: Pride Got Corporate, and Activists Got Pissed
Love and light,