Here is some recent work I did for The New York Times. I had the privilege of following Peter Sellars, Director of the Ojai Music Festival, for a day. The morning started off with a meditation at Meditation Mount and ended with music from Egyptian singer Dina El Wedidi and Band. To read the article CLICK HERE.
Over the past 18 days, we were joined by over 60+ riders. From left, Larry Rice, David Rice, Craig Bernthal and Michael Fagans rode a total of 787 miles and climbed 36,773 ft. The Tour Against Trafficking raised over $35,000 dollars. The money will be donated to organizations around the Central Valley to help combat Human Trafficking. Although the tour has ended the fight to help combat human trafficking continues. Please visit www.touragainsttrafficking.org to keep up to date on what we are doing.
Today was a a short ride from Porterville, Ca. to Tulare, Ca. We had a lovely reception of a group of young children as we ended our day. Tomorrow we make our way from Tulare, Ca. to Visalia, Ca. and end in Hanford, Ca. To find out more about this tour please CLICK HERE.
Hello everyone!!! Over the next month, I’ll be working with a small group of cyclist documenting their bike pilgrimage to end Human Trafficking. Today was the first day of the ride. We started in Taft, Ca. and ended in Bakersfield, Ca. Tomorrow they will embark on a 72-mile ride from Bakersfield, Ca. to Kernville, Ca. Let the “Tour Against Trafficking” continue with a hard ride into the foothills. If you would like to find out more CLICK HERE.
I’m very happy yet saddened to share this story that I worked on for the Audubon Magazine. In May, I was sent to the Coal Oil Point Reserve located in Isla Vista, Ca., to check on the Western Snowy Plover habitat after the oil spill near Refugio State Beach. You can read the full story here.