Uganda

  • A grandmother watches over her grandchild that is in the hospital. Families wait with their loved ones all the time, care for them, feed them, etc.
    A grandmother watches over her grandchild that is in the hospital. Families wait with their loved ones all the time, care for them, feed them, etc.
  • We sat inside this ladies home for a few hours as she caught up with an old friend. I could not understand a word they said to eachother, but her house was built with the help of neighbors that provided her with a micro loan because her alcholic husband did not provide for her. Her house was spotless. Coffee, avocados and bananas grew wild on her property.
    We sat inside this ladies home for a few hours as she caught up with an old friend. I could not understand a word they said to eachother, but her house was built with the help of neighbors that provided her with a micro loan because her alcholic husband did not provide for her. Her house was spotless. Coffee, avocados and bananas grew wild on her property.
  • Medrine outside her home.
    Medrine outside her home.
  • The team shared the gospel of Christ with kids from the special needs school. They traded out a heart of stone for a heart of flesh. They ran out of hearts, so they used stars instead.
    The team shared the gospel of Christ with kids from the special needs school. They traded out a heart of stone for a heart of flesh. They ran out of hearts, so they used stars instead.

In 2014, I teamed up with a group of missionaries in Charleston, SC to spend two weeks in Uganda making pictures for the people we met. We printed a good bit of pictures on site. It was a humbling, powerful and unforgettable experience. I am ready to return, anytime.

Featured by Leica