This blog is a narrative to my photography. Every post represents a significant expenditure of time, travel, photo editing and writing. I use my camera as a means of exploring my feelings and emotions. My photos are my emotional predicaments. When someone allows me to photograph them, they give me a piece of themselves that I can forever hold onto. In moments of meloncholic desire and solitude, I can feel them again from the connection of our photos.
And, I am an advocate of Michael Jackson’s innocence. I will continue to be persistent in our mission to educate the world of MJ’s truth and I have great hopes that the media will someday report with integrity. Injustice doesn’t even come close to describe what he had to endure. I defend MJ because we know how he was abused, how he suffered and that he was innocent.
I’m an activist photographer driven by my heart.
Hannah holds degrees in Spanish (B.A.) and Psychology (M.A.)
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Laws of karma apply as well.