Monthly Archives: August 2015

KINDRED #57

People, regardless of who they are, where they were born, the color of their skin or the culture of their family deserve to feel loved and safe from the day they enter the world. If that cannot be provided by … Continue reading

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KINDRED #56

I’ve spent the past two days storyboarding. It’s the process of writing and/or drawing how you want each frame of the movie to look. Like paddle boarding, storyboarding requires me to paddle through a sea of clips and moments and … Continue reading

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KINDRED #55

We are coming up on the one year anniversary of the massive donation that enabled KINDRED to get off of the ground. It changed my life. That cannot be over-stated. Even the computer I am typing on right now is … Continue reading

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KINDRED #54

The farther I go in this process, the more good people I encounter who are also disgusted by the situation in so called foster care and are committed to improving it. It gives me hope and energy to persevere under … Continue reading

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KINDRED #53

I’m constantly humbled by the stories I hear associated with this subject. It’s like knives piercing my heart sometimes, so I suck it up and use that pain for them as motivation to make it stop. Have the majority of … Continue reading

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KINDRED #52

Now that was an interesting shoot. After months of coordinating, I finally interviewed the founder of One Simple Wish, Danielle and one of her lovely staff. This NPO exists to gather and distribute items and assistance to children in foster … Continue reading

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