“It takes consciousness, work, action. I grew up in the apartheid South. I don’t think we could’ve just sat back and waited for the arc to bend. We had to put our lives on the line, to march, to push.”

I interview and photograph Dr. James A. Banks, “The Father of Multicultural Education,” about race, faith and legacy. Click here to read.

“We’re so far removed from nature that we don’t even know what we’re missing. We are of nature—we’re part of it. We’re inspired by it. When you’re out and you come back, the food tastes better. You hear more. You see more.”

I searched for owls with wildlife photographer Paul Bannick. Listen by clicking play, or by clicking this link.

“In most parts of the country, the first thing people will tell you about is their job. I find that in the Pacific Northwest, the first thing people tell me is what kind of mountain bike they own.”

I interview and photograph author and pop culture critic Chuck Klosterman, a recent transplant to Portland. Click here to read.

In a past life, I used to make a lot of videos. We got into film festivals across the country and we used a lot of royalty-free music. Here are some of those projects.

Seattle poet Troy Osaki channels the spirit of Bruce Lee to reveal the racism the actor faced in Hollywood. Read more in Northwest Asian Weekly or KCTS9.

Seattle poet Troy Osaki connects the struggle of Japanese Americans during incarceration with Muslims and Muslim Americans targeted by the current administration.

When Bryan Alvarez goes upstairs and turns his microphone on, pro wrestling fans around the world listen. Alvarez has been the host of "Wrestling Observer Live" for 16 years. Story for The Everett Herald.

A small record label called London Tone Music Group set out to produce 52 new songs by 52 artists in 52 weeks, recording at the historic London Bridge Studio in Shoreline, Washington. Read the story here.

Annamarie Jordan started a college prep program for her seventh-grade students. 2015 First Place winner for Online Feature Video from the Society of Professional Journalists.