Miami – Away from the city buzz and congestions, around 4000 people are experiencing homelessness. Some live under highways, some improvised a sleeping space on the streets away from Miami’s skyscrapers. Some stay in groups, and some wonder on their own with very little belongings. While this is a continuous and critical problem, Camillus House brings hope for those in need.
While skimming through a magazine, one very rarely wonders the work process behind the tangible product. The journey behind it is somewhat harsh and yet fulfilling once you reached the finish line. Continue reading “Photoshop or Photoproduction?”→
MIAMI – When the sun climbs in the sky, and only lost clouds pass through, the tall, glassy buildings reflect a rich image of Miami. One can only think then of beach or pool party, perhaps even an escape with the yacht away from the city. Continue reading “In the shades of Miami’s skyscrapers”→
MIAMI – The 4th of July, 2016 was welcomed by Miamians for two reasons: extended weekend and celebration of their patriotism. Many people have stocked their firecrackers supply in the previous months waiting impatiently for this day. Continue reading “All kinds of fireworks”→
Emilia stood by the window looking outside. Hamid sat on the floor among the ripped pictures of them. The evening’s darkness surrounded them. The only light in the room came from the cars passing on the street and the flickering lamp in the corner of the living room. Continue reading “Idea of love”→
I walked toward the north end of the campus. For my last day of Spring semester 2016 at the south campus of Florida International University in Miami, I wanted to have a healthy salad for lunch. The Salad Creations was my option for vegetarian food.