I have been traveling and shooting since I was in high school. I grew up in Hong Kong and traveled with a camera since I was a small child. Photography is my way of experiencing the world, experiencing life intensely, and preserving what is fleeting. It is also a way to show the suffering of others to bring about change in ways large and small. I do not aim to change the world through my photographs, but I know that I can make a difference, especially for individuals.
In July of this year, I traveled to Vietnam to document the lives of two families whose children are suffering from Agent Orange, used as chemical warfare during the Vietnam war. I was aware there were people still afflicted, but I had no idea the disease is still being passed down genetically and that babies are born every day with the disease. As an American, I feel a responsibility to expose this horrifying problem, and to help bring about real change.
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