Maple at the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Protest, 2017
Celebrity Dairy Goat Farm, February 2017
Siler City, NC
Marvin Rhutan, February 2017
Natural Causes, 2015
Hopscotch Music Festival, Raleigh NC
Fans gathered in the early evening to listen and dance to punk and hardcore at the Boultek, a recording studio and venue in Casablanca.
End of the Desert
Rob White takes a rest in Congress, Arizona at a station set up for the cyclists of Race Across America. The hotel at this stop opens its doors for the participants to rest, eat watermelon, and take dip during the 116 degree weather.
The Bouya Omar mausoleum, located about two hours outside of Marrakech, Morocco, serves the rural community as a holy place to exorcise djinn (demons) from the mentally ill and addicted. Last summer, the shrine-turned-clinic was formally investigated by the Moroccan government and it was discovered that the workers had been chaining up, beating, and starving those who were “admitted.” Mahjouba is one of many who stay at Bouya Omar, treating it as a shelter. There is a huge problem in rural Morocco of access to education on the topic, proper facilities, and treatment for the mentally ill and addicted.
Wyrick's Taxidermy Studio, 2015
Reem A., 2015
After practice, 2016
Orange High School Men's Soccer
Dr. Omar Battas asks nurses to be let into the men's closed ward at the Ibn Rochd University Hospital. The Casablanca-based hospital is one of the only facilities to offer gender-specific care in Morocco.
Orange High School Soccer, 2016
UNC vs. Guilford College
November 6, 2015
UNC Basketball Exhibition Game
November 6, 2015
Bouya Omar is run by a group of men called "chorfa" or marabouts. These men sing demons out of the possessed and attempt to take care of the mentally ill and addicted people that stay there, but they are said to have no formal religious schooling.