Sista and I did the Hurdle for Hope race in Idaho to support the orphans in Ecuador. It was done through Dando Amor and the main guy is Travis Gugleman of Gugleman Photography. I met Travis the last two weeks before I left Ecuador where he and a bunch of other photographers had come down to document and donate to the orphans. I've had a ton of respect for him ever since I met him, and seeing this race and everything he's doing for the kids made me respect him that much more. He is 100% committed to helping these children and it is so incredible to see him dedicate so much of his life to this.
It was definitely extreme! And I loved it! And we will be doing it next year for sure.
A quirky, pointless little series, but visually appealing to myself and I wanna post these photos so I'M GOING TO. There's a giant bookshelf in my bedroom with books (buDUH) and various accoutrements scattered throughout the shelf--a few things from me, a few from my sister. I noticed there were a lot of things that were the same item, but from different times of our lives/hoarding periods. There are a few where you can probably tell which things are mine (they correlate pretty accurately with our personalities). I thought it'd make a pretty series. So here you go. More to come later!