Let It Do Its Job!

Almost every other week I work in the central billing office of a major healthcare provider. During that time, I deal with patient accounts that have issues involving their health insurance and/or account balances. There are two primary problems that I deal with- 1. Patients fail to identify their insurance provider, and therefore they have…

A Message From Cambodia- Chamreoun Bo

I’m a little late posting this… so sorry for that. Back when I was in Cambodia, I asked one of my friends (Chamreoun Bo) to write something for my blog. He has very enriching and encouraging ideas. Below is something he wrote especially for you all. Please read through it and enjoy! ūüôā “No one…

Some Reflections on Service

I only have about a month and a half until I graduate from college. One of the unique characteristics of the university that I attend is that they require all of their students to complete a certain number of service hours (80) in order for them to graduate. The goal of this requirement is to…

On Nocturnal Living

Tonight, from 2:30 AM till 3:40AM, I drove around and took¬†photos of scenes that I thought would be able to encapsulate emotions- emotions that I typically feel at¬†night while I’m wide awake and everyone else is asleep. I’ll share a few of them. There are not very many images, but I’m fairly certain my point…

Asheville, NC- where I call home

I just left Cambodia no more than a week ago. For the 2 months that I was there, Siem Reap felt like home. Now that I am back home, I wanted to be reminded of what it felt like to walk around the streets of downtown Asheville, NC. I decided to do a little bit…

6 A.M. In Siem Reap

I pulled an all-nighter last night- don’t ask me why. So instead of wasting my whole day catching up on sleep, I decided to go for a 2 hour walk this morning. Surprisingly, most people in Siem Reap, Cambodia are already up and headed to work or school by this time. Here are some of…

What I can, & what I would… What is/isn’t in my bag.

Lately, I’ve been seeing a bunch of foreigners walking around town with uber expensive camera bodies and lenses. It reminded me of the old “what’s in my bag” videos I used to watch on YouTube. So I decided to show what key camera equipment I have in my bag! Wahoo. First up, the AF-S Nikkor…