As a female journalist of color

As a female journalist of color

Saturday, I photographed the unveiling ceremony of the “Women’s Column of Strength,” a memorial statue dedicated to Chinese, Korean and Filipina sex slaves of World War II in San Francisco’s Chinatown. During the war, the Japanese military forced over 200,000 women and girls into slavery for their soldiers to abuse. The victims were given the […]

Denver’s homeless protest local businesses to help repeal camping ban

Denver’s homeless protest local businesses to help repeal camping ban

Jessie Paris’s life changed radically in 2012. That year he graduated from MSU Denver with a degree in criminal justice. It was also the year Denver law branded him a criminal. Paris lived out of his car during the last semester of his education. The passing of the ban impacted his degree of homelessness. So […]

Biennial of the Americans Symposium explores the future

Biennial of the Americans Symposium explores the future

The future of business and art is envisioned at the Biennial of the Americas Symposium.     Thursday night the Ellie Caulkins Opera House seats were filled for a free night of music and celebration. Denver hosted international leaders and creators at the America Symposium on Sept. 14 as a part of an event series surrounding […]

Itchy-O welcomed home for a hardly describable performance

Itchy-O welcomed home for a hardly describable performance

The avante-garde band, itchy-O marched their electrifying music, smoke and spectacles back to Denver on Aug. 26 for the release of their latest record, “From the Overflowing.” With an upcoming tour and first music video, Gallow’s Disco, released in July, 2017 could be one of the most successful years for the group. The Denver-based group […]