HIGHER EDUCATION BEHIND THE SCENES
The World as I See It
For as long as I can remember, I've had a camera in my hand. When I was little, it was my dad's 35 mm. When I was a teen, my parents bought me my first 'real' camera - a Minolta 35 mm - with film that had to be loaded - and advanced - manually.
Today, I'm taking my Nikon d610 on the road in my work for university students in refugee camps. I use a Nikon d610, and rely on my 50mm prime lens while traveling.
Working in this field allows me to combine my education and experience in working on behalf of refugees. Using my camera has given me this opportunity to share the struggles and hopes of adult refugees with you.
I love this work, but it requires resiliency and time for rest. My husband, Stan (pictured here) is my biggest supporter.