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I’m excited to announce that my photography project, War on Walls, has been published in the British photography magazine Aspect: Ratio Magazine of Photography. War on Walls is a photography project to document the extraordinary street art, created in and around Cairo’s Tahrir Square during Egypt’s Arab Spring revolution. Street art was a defining feature […]

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Purple, pink, orange and red banded rock twist and curve along the rock faces, through rounded caves, and intricately wind carved rock formations along the slopes of Jordan’s Mount Hor.   The Nabataeans were just as captivated with this area as we are today – building their capital city here in the 6th century BC.  These […]

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 I’d like to share a personal story about travel, photography, life and a wonderful online education company called CreativeLive. If you haven’t heard of CreativeLive, they are an online education company offering free live online classes taught by the leaders in the photography, videography, business and creative fields. CreativeLive has recently produced a short documentary […]

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Jerash, situated an hour car ride from Jordan’s capital of Amman, dates back to the Greek period. Known as Gerasa in ancient times, it was termed the Antioch on the Golden River and was the capital and largest city of the Jersah Governorate. Found by either Alexander the Great or his general Perdiccas around 331 […]

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Wherever your travel adventures take you – whether Dubai, Mumbai, Rwanda, London, Brazil, the US – travel is a power tool to make an impact. What you do, how you spend your money, how you educate yourself about a new place and people, who you hire, where you stay, where you eat, where you shop […]

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Electrical Socket Adapters Morocco uses sockets type E and F – similar to European sockets. Americans and Canadians will need electrical socket adapters. In Morocco, the voltage is 220 V – 240 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. Most electronic devices have an adapter for the voltage and frequency built in, but check […]

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