01-20-2020–2nd Amendment Rally

Joey Nations held a 2nd Amendment Rally at the Oregon Capitol in support of Donald J. Trump and defending gun rights on Jan. 20, 2020. Over the increasing demand for some sort of gun laws to be in effect by their counterparts, Nations and his colleagues held firm as they criticized other politicians who’d defame […]

9-29-2019–Salem Zombie Walk

Salem, Ore., was infested with zombies at the Oregon Capitol on Oct. 27, 2019. As dusk rolled around the corner, the horde began the walk from the Capitol to the Taproot Lounge And Cafe; tripping and stumbling along the way. If you would like to support our efforts to remain independent, please feel free to […]

10-23-2019 Indigenous People’s Day

Passionate about education, Nakoosa Moreland, a member of The confederated tribes of Grand ronde along with five other tribes, pursued education at Western Oregon University for two years studying in the Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling (RMHC) program to “hopefully one day make a difference in the lives of Native American youth.” The Indigenous People’s […]

09-29-2019–Out of The Darkness 2019

On Sep. 28, 2019, thousands gathered in front of the capitol for the Out of The Darkness event to advocate for suicide prevention in memorial for their siblings, spouses, veterans and family members. Kylie Johnston, a 14 year-old student, spoke at the event to share her story in losing her father to suicide when she […]

9-11-2019–A Hearty Thank You

Life is weird. Especially when unexpected things and friends just pop into existence, usually without knowing how or when it occurred. Sure, it has always been difficult to handle, but with time and acceptance anything is possible. I am grateful to be put in the position I currently am. While I may not be following […]

9-10-2019–KŪ Kiai Mauna Protest 30-meter Telescope

On August 10, 2019. Protesters gathered in front of the Oregon State Capitol to protest a 30-meter telescope being built atop Mauna Kea. Gathering support that is much needed with their battle against private companies and Governor David Ige, who keeps pushing construction through despite the people’s calls for the project to not go through. […]

8-9-2019–Student’s Host Climate Demonstrations

Local climate activist, Sonia Boeger, hosts “Friday’s For The Furture” demonstrations at the Oregon Capitol on Aug 9, 2019, to advocate and spread awareness to the challenges we are facing. We are protesting against legislation who has not taken action against the climate protest. We want to spread awareness, particularly to youth and inspire bills […]

7-28-2019–A Story To Tell

On Monday, July 22, we embarked on a trip that served as a “sort of trip” and vacation get-away. Doubling into a photography workshop at the Sitka Center where I (and the rest of the class) partook in a couple of hikes, all-the-while photographing the forests of the cascade. The journey was exhilarating. It is […]

7-14-2019–Lights4Liberty Salem, Ore.

Protestors rallied in aim to shut down the detention camps over concerns of overcrowding and inhumane conditions. Several local groups, especially Causa, Oregon’s Immigrant Rights Organization, held vigils world-wide July 13, 2019. I’m from Mexico, and I understand the struggle to the immigrant people. I emigrate to the U.S when I was 15 years old. […]


Saturday, June 22, the Oregon GOP held a rally in support of the state senator’s walkout and opposition of HB2020–a bill to cap the state’s greenhouse gas emissions. The event fell through due to a few radicals who threatened house committee with violence; prompting the state police calling the protesters a “militia group.” At the […]

6-19-2019–Back On The Field

I was tasked to complete a project for the Salem Keizer School District to photograph their graduation ceremonies on June 5, 6 and 7, 2019. One of the schools was none only the very school I graduated from, South Salem High School on June 7. With anticipation and glee, I awaited the day that I […]

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