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January 20, 2021

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Diani Beach Kenya December 2019   - Jason and Kinya 

No need to reiterate the emotions of 2020, yet here I am in 2021 after feeling like I had hibernated from friends and family for the majority of the last year because of Covid-19 restrictions.  So much heartbreak and loss for so many last year.  So much reflection and Isolation. 

To those I have not been in touch with I have truly missed you all and will be making attempts to reconnect if you have the time.  

2021 will be the year to reconnect, reenergize, remember and reinstate the goals of past years with new vigor and strength. Having embraced my weaknesses and finding the strengths I write this to you, well mostly for myself so that I can have some tangible document to look back on when I slow to a halt.  

I start this year with gratitude for so much.  For my family of 3 to my family of hundreds.  I am so grateful for the strength shared with me and the opportunities given to me over the all know who you are! I have disconnected this last year and feel that I am resurfacing with a peace and love for all around me.  

I wish you all a Happy New Year... be it 20 days late, and hope that this year will bring peace, joy and a renewed strength to you all!



May 9, 2020


One of the traditions at a Kenyan wedding is the Ruracio...
Where the Bride to Be and her Lady friends/cousins are draped head to toe so that the Groom doesn't know who is who.  
Jason had to pick Kinya from from the line of draped women.  
What a fun challenge!

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May 8, 2020


One of the Traditions in Kenya when a Masai Granddaughter gets married, is for the groom to bring the Father of the Bride goats and to help prepare one for the wedding feast.  

Jason and his groomsmen walked down the drive to meet Kinya's father with 2 goats as gifts. 

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May 7, 2020


When you have the privilege of listening to a finalist from the Voice Holland LIVE, singing cultural rhythms at a Wedding Ceremony on a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean in Kenya and again later, with feet in the sand on the beach during the reception while photographing her friend Kinya dancing with Jason..... It can't get better than that! Awestruck by the talent she has and the band that she plays with! 

is not only such a talented singer but also stunning to photograph. 

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