I am a senior at The Paideia School in Atlanta, Georgia, where I live with my family as well as two dogs and two cats. I spend much of my free time working on photography projects, volunteering, working, and scrapbooking. I volunteer weekly at an English class for refugees and immigrants, as well as with underprivileged children in the Atlanta area. I enjoy teaching youth groups to kids age pre-k and under at my Synagogue on Saturdays and teaching a third-grade class at a Jewish Sunday school. One of my favorite things to do is travel, particularly in Israel, where I can always be found with a camera around my neck, exploring new places and learning more about Jewish history.
“I feel that I should—must-—work to extend the opportunities I’ve had to other people searching for a better life, just as someone did for my great-grandfather.”
These calendars tell a story of two pandemics, and the media coverage they have received.
An exploration in contrasts between life and death, human and animal, blue and red, wild and tame.
“I looked for places in my house and on my street that I could place the tiny people.”
The incredible skill and cunning of wildlife is captured through the lens of this photographer.
Photographers submit their photos to represent the earth and all its splendor in honor of Tu B'shvat.