Thanks for publishing my photos, in How to build bus lanes and bike lanes—faster – D.C. Policy Center

Thanks for publishing my photos, in How to build bus lanes and bike lanes—faster - D.C. Policy Center

Thanks again, @DCPolicyCenter, for using my photos to illustrate this excellent piece on accommodating active transportation in our nation’s capital. The piece mentions some of my favorite initiatives, including Vision Zero, and Complete Streets. These have made visible impacts on our lives here. The first photo, by the way, was taken at the intersection of …

Thanks for publishing my photo, in Have you adopted your tag yet? – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for publishing my photo, in Have you adopted your tag yet? – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for using my photograph @ggwash. It’s of the iconic @HowardTheatre at sunrise, in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington, DC (of course). I’m aware that this is a fundraising post for the non-profit publication Greater Greater Washington. I don’t endorse third party products or services on this blog, so the decision to contribute is not …

Thanks for including my photograph, in Public Grief Can Make Us Wise – SAPIENS

Thanks for including my photograph, in Public Grief Can Make Us Wise - SAPIENS

Thank you for including my photograph in this excellent piece on acknowledging public grief, @Sapiens_Org, written by archeologist Richard Wilshusen. In many ways, Washington, DC tends to be a nidus for public grief, and because of that there aren’t a shortage of photos showing its impact. One of the first photographs I ever took here …

Thanks for publishing my photo, in Events: 14th Street update, CSG x JUMP happy hour, and creative placemaking in DC, Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for publishing my photo, in Events: 14th Street update, CSG x JUMP happy hour, and creative placemaking in DC, Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @ggwash. I actually didn’t recognize it as mine initially, because the perspective of the now-bustling 14th Street NW is not one I am used to. And then I realized I took it during my service as a member of the producer team of @TransPrideDC. It’s a perfect metaphor to all …

Photo Friday: The Lot at the Liz Under Construction & 40 Years of Compassion, Washington, DC USA

Photo Friday: The Lot at the Liz Under Construction & 40 Years of Compassion, Washington, DC USA

This week’s photograph was taken on historic 14th Street Northwest, in Washington, DC, USA (of course). It’s this historic because this is what the building looked like in 1942: There’s a lot of history between 1942 and 2018, including the destruction of this street following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., another destruction following …

Thanks for publishing my photograph, in Metrorail is no longer the second-busiest rapid transit system in the country – D.C. Policy Center

Thanks for publishing my photograph, in Metrorail is no longer the second-busiest rapid transit system in the country - D.C. Policy Center

Thanks for using my photograph, @DCPolicyCenter (and syndicated to @ggwash) as part of another great analysis of community conditions in our nation’s capital. Transportation is changing, it’s a part of health, and building and operating transit systems are among the most far reaching human endeavors. I was fascinated (and still am) behind the story of …

Thanks for using my photo, in No Easy Access: Can D.C. Break Down Barriers To Food, Health Care And Transportation? – The Kojo Nnamdi Show

Thanks for using my photo, in No Easy Access: Can D.C. Break Down Barriers To Food, Health Care And Transportation? - The Kojo Nnamdi Show

Thanks for using my photo, @kojoshow. It was taken when I had the opportunity to speak to the family medicine residents at Unity Parkside about working to be a transgender ally. (Photo Friday: Kenilworth – Parkside, Washington, DC USA – A dose of beauty and innovation, my presentation is here: Just Presented: Working to be …

Thanks for using my photo, in Confronting the opioid—and fentanyl—crisis in the District – D.C. Policy Center, it confronted me, too.

Thanks for using my photo, in Confronting the opioid—and fentanyl—crisis in the District - D.C. Policy Center, it confronted me, too.

Thanks for using my photograph, @DCPolicyCenter, in this excellent analysis by Matt Pembleton (@mattpembleton). The photo was taken during the annual celebration on U Street, the DC Funk Parade, in the Shaw Neighborhood. The crisis will confront you, too As I read the piece, I also remembered another experience in the Shaw neighborhood, on my …

Thanks for publishing my photo, in Several States (including Washington, DC) Restrict Travel to Those with Anti-LGBTQ Laws | INSIGHT Into Diversity

Thanks for publishing my photo, in Several States (including Washington, DC) Restrict Travel to Those with Anti-LGBTQ Laws | INSIGHT Into Diversity

Thanks for publishing my photograph Insight_News. In line with the State of California (and the future state of Washington, DC, an omission in the article), I have had a personal travel ban to North Carolina, which will end in May, 2018, when I attend the Innovation Learning Network (@ILNmuse) in person meeting. I hope it’s …

Thanks for publishing my photo in (Take me to) Church in the Flickr pool – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for publishing my photo in (Take me to) Church in the Flickr pool – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for publishing my photograph of the National Cathedral in the distance, @ggwash. The photograph was taken near the intersection of 14th and U Street, Northwest. You can see the entire series here. All places where the future is born. PS, Isn’t Washington, DC beautiful? 🙂 Inspired by beautiful snaps from National Cathedral’s Seeing Deeper …