A collection of projects containing photography
How the "portland POC hikers" group began
The roads were closed, Apple maps was against him and Rikeem was ready to turn around and give up —that's when he finally found the trailhead to which would be the start to the end of his 52-hike challenge. Also, his initial reason for starting his "POC Hikers" group.
The trail was 3 to 4 hours of tranquility and not a single person in sight, only the moss-covered ground and enormous trees to keep him company as the fog battled with peeks of sunlight through the limbs. Rikeem Sholes had known nothing about the hike prior, just a brief rating he had seen on his hiking app. "It looked like a postcard just for the Pacific Northwest," the hiker said describing his experience. As Rikeem reached the end of the trail, he was rewarded with the rushing sound of a waterfall marking the finish of his yearlong challenge in 2017, but not the finish of his relationship with hiking.
A whimsical collaboration between photographer Terrellyn Faye & Illustrator/Ceramicist Cristina Romero in hopes of combining views of the real world and your imagination.
Prints available for purchase here.
Portraits created by Cristina
Black is Beautiful.
The disco ball Diaries:
an Ongoing Project
Follow along with the places and faces Denny the Disco Ball meets throughout life.
Death by disco