Category Archives: Nathaniel

Our Photography Workshop

On Monday last week Jennifer, D.J., and I taught and set up a photography workshop for “twenty” high school students in Cape Town. I put twenty in quotations because, in reality, closer to forty-five students showed up for our workshop. … Continue reading

Posted in Nathaniel | Leave a comment

A Cape Town Officer

A local intern, named Chad, at the District Six Museum took us on a tour of the township he lived in last week. The township is called Parkwood, and is a primarily couloured area of Cape Town. While this “tour” … Continue reading

Posted in Nathaniel | Leave a comment

Youth Day

June 16th is Youth Day, a national holiday in South Africa, and thus I was amazed to see over two hundred people, the majority of which being high school students, arrive for the opening of the God has Many Names … Continue reading

Posted in Nathaniel | Leave a comment

Experiencing Tragedy From Afar

When tragedies have occurred in the United States such as the Sandy Hook shooting, I’m used to my life stopping. In high school, this featured moments of silence, as well as classes where the topic of the day was discarded … Continue reading

Posted in Nathaniel | Leave a comment

Three Simple Comparisons

Let me quickly preface this first blog post by saying I have never had a blog, never had a journal, and never really been the type of person to write down my thoughts and reflections outside of schoolwork. While I’m … Continue reading

Posted in Nathaniel | Leave a comment