The Color Of Her Thoughts

They Don’t Play Step-Ball Here

Hand To Hand

Easter, San Miguel De Allende

Thinking Of The Maestro @koci

Dog And Pony Show

La Procesión

Prickly Plant

Holy Week

Different Directions

Red Hot

Street Walking

On The Edge

Jason March is a former Army sergeant who was severely disfigured after being hit by a sniper’s bullet in 2006 in Iraq. Through UCLA Operation Mend, a program that provides military personnel with severe facial and other medical injuries access to the nation’s top plastic and reconstructive surgeons, Jason has had multiple surgeries and has achieved one of his major goals: to smile again. Last week I photographed Jason for the #uclamagazine, working with the talented design director and photo editor Charlie Hess (@chessdesign). The story will appear in the June edition. Jason’s smile and laugh are infectious and his will to overcome these extraordinarily difficult circumstances is an amazing lesson in life.

Shadow Of Oldenburg’s Clothespin