My family is moving back to the U.S. this summer after six years of living in Germany, and I’ve been realizing how many places I HAVEN’T been yet, even though they’re super close. Although I’ve flown through the Amsterdam airport and everyone in my family has been, somehow I hadn’t actually “done” Amsterdam–until this summer!Continue reading “An Amsterdam Adventure”
Duke’s campus is one of my favorite places to be, ever. Springtime at Duke is undeniably gorgeous (if you ignore midterms), and I carry my camera with me everywhere because I just can’t help it. I have an extra appreciation for campus right now as I’m heading into graduation and the decision of whether or not I’llContinue reading “campus lens”
You know when something happens that reminds you that God is in the little things just as much as He’s in the big things? The same day I was thinking about how best to ask the girls in my Bible study if someone would spend a couple hours wandering outside with me while I tookContinue reading “Sarah!”
Members of the Chanticleer staff took a self-led photo tour of downtown Durham and the American Tobacco Campus.
I skipped class once to take pictures of some tall buildings downtown, while my boyfriend did interviews to eventually be a neurosurgeon.
Durham, North Carolina. Bull City. I’ve lived here for almost four years, and I’ve thought of it as home for almost a year now. I’d be lying if I said it was perfect, but I love it, and right now there isn’t anywhere I’d rather be. It’s home to the Durham Bulls Minor League BaseballContinue reading “durm.”
I spent Summer 2016 marketing the new/old West Union building at Duke University. Fortunately for me, this involved a lot of photography inside a stunning piece of architectural art on a campus I love dearly.