We raise them. We hold them. We raise them high the ones we hold. These are the ones who will be our future. They are our children. In most of my photo sessions I will ask family members to hug their children, squeeze them tight, give them a kiss and hold them high in the… Continue reading the ones who raise them →
I needed a very specific shot of an Indigenous woman, standing proud, playful, and sensual. No biggie. Just decolonizing images, one Indigenous at a time.
Arguments about blood quantum, language proficiency and “authentic Indian experiences” aside, all I can say is, I am. No matter where my feet are, or what is above me, I AM.”
Reflections on the 27th Annual February 14th DTES Women's Memorial March.
I have made it a personal goal of mine to always carry my camera with me when I spend time with my Jijuu, because she’s always teaching me something new – from tanning a moose hide to setting a net under the ice in -40.