Saturday, April 22, 2006

The New Orleans Kid Camera Project

Boy with Camera, 2005. from the series "CRUISE"

The New Orleans Kid Camera Project was created to address the psychological and emotional impacts of Hurricane Katrina on children returning home to New Orleans. Through the use of photography, creative writing and mixed media, children from flooded neighborhoods explore their environment and express themselves, their stories and feelings with their friends. This project provides a venue for growth and recovery. By teaching the children tangible skills and exposing them to new means of expression, we hope to empower them to impact their lives and environment.

Tuesday, April 11, 2006


Jockey Statue, Metairie LA 4/2006

The New York Times , today, reports that bodies from hurricane Katrina are still being found in New Orleans. In March alone, nine bodies were found in the city!

Monday, April 03, 2006


Tulane University Track Field, New Orleans 5/2005

Visited New Orleans again today and happy to see some places are peopled and active, while large sections of town remain devoid of residents - stopped in time!