Feebe and Daniel

Posted by on Mar 25, 2014 in Articles | 5 Comments

This is Feebe.  She is 17 and she lives outside of Gulu in northern Uganda. I met Feebe when I found her waist deep in a muddy backwater trying to catch fish with a woven wooden basket. Working along the steep banks and under the overhanging vegetation Feebe waded barefoot through the brown water sluicing […]

Photographing Uganda- what did and didn’t work

Posted by on Mar 22, 2014 in Articles | No Comments

So how did the photography go in Uganda? I know you have been dying to ask, so here is what I did and what I would do differently. I used two cameras- My big Nikon D4 with my favorite 24-120mm lens and my new little Nikon P7800. The D4 stayed around my neck with accessories- […]

The environment, poverty and human trafficking.

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in Articles | No Comments

For the past 25 years northern Uganda has been under siege- not from invading armies as might be expected but from within fueled by a ruinous cycle of environmental degradation and crushing poverty. Stemming from the economic and cultural disparities between the prosperous and economically diverse south and the struggling and economically poor north, Uganda’s […]