In an exploration of spirituality and survival, Mother Grace finds strength in her faith and community as a Catholic Priest and transgender woman. This project was created with the mentorship of National Geographic photographer Maggie Steber through the VII Foundation International Foundry Photojournalism Workshop.
NY& tackles the topics young New Yorkers need to know to be engaged citizens. Created through funds from the New York State Education Department, this series airs through WMHT PBS and in schools across the state.
Operated by a queer, third-generation farmer, Chaseholm Farms in New York’s Hudson Valley hosts a regular drag show inside its dairy barn.
Former employees share their memories of The Palace Diner, a beloved Troy institution from the 1940’s through the 70’s. The diner was demolished in 1977 to make way for the Hoosick Street Bridge, which fragmented one of Troy’s liveliest neighborhoods.