I’ve just returned from a two week study abroad in Taiwan through the University of St. Thomas where I am working on a masters degree in international studies. I have always dreamed of traveling to Asia but, to be perfectly honest, I had always imagined myself first visiting the majestic temples of Cambodia or the pristineContinue reading “10 Things Study Abroad Will Teach You: Adventures in Taiwan”
As we’re nearing the end of my first semester of graduate school (I’m studying International Studies), I thought I’d share one of the projects we worked on for my Regional Study of North Africa & the Middle East class. It’s a short, 8 minute (mini) documentary that I produced (and narrated) on U.S. / TurkishContinue reading “U.S. / Turkey Relations – Documentary Short”
Last week, MyAmericanTrips shared my piece on what to do while roadtripping from Houston to Big Bend and West Texas. The article is called “Big Bend & West Texas: What To Do” – yeah, simple and to the point. Check it out when you have a sec: Big Bend & West Texas: What To Do. Thanks MyAmericanTrips.com!! And don’tContinue reading “Travel Piece Picked Up By MyAmericanTrips.com”
I spent the day photographing the Bronx with my new DSLR. Who says New York isn’t beautiful? Click on any of the images below to view the slideshow.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Privately Funded Sidewalk Repair, Replace and Installation Program Makes Walkable Sidewalks A Reality HOUSTON, TX. (April 17, 2015) – City of Houston residents can now make sidewalk repair easier and faster, thanks to a new program through the Department of Public Works and Engineering (PWE). The program is called the Privately Funded SidewalkContinue reading “Privately Funded Sidewalk Repair, Replace & Installation Program – Press Release”