Megan McDuffie and Michael van Vliet wanted to cook rich interesting meals like the ones they made back home, but modified for a camping lifestyle.
Helping Heal the Great Divide
It is almost 2 am when Simone’s cell phone rings—the electronic’s powerful vibrations break her slumber, and the blue light it emits rouses her. On the other end of the phone is Marchae, her mentee. A senior in high school, she has a lot going on—her family dynamic is changing, she’s trying to navigate college decisions, schoolwork just keeps getting more challenging, and her part-time job keeps demanding more of her energy.
Yayoi Kusama’s pointillist signature and gourd-shaped sculptures are instantly recognizable, and with more than 5 million people visiting her shows within the last five years, she is the most famous living female artist in the world.
National Geographic photographer, Cristina Mittermeier, gives chase to worldwide cultures and environments knowing they will make beautiful photos.
It was 1927. A small inheritance allowed Stern to give up her job, acquire a small apartment and purchase a Linhof camera.
Tiffany & Co. Foundation uses its voice to inspire ocean conservation efforts around the world.
After working for years as a fashion photographer’s assistant, NYC native Xaviera Simmons searches for a new way to express her creativity.