Category: Documenting Travel

Pam-Dubasek-Documentary photographer

Think you’ve already documented what matters? Let’s check.

“I honestly thought I had nothing left to document. My daughters are 16 & 19; not in the “cute” stage anymore,” photographer Pam Dubasek told us in The Preservation Project’s private FB group. Going into the program, Pam was in a season of more than usual, fast-moving change + challenges: her father-in-law recently passed (“He was the […]

A Photographer + Her Husband’s Adventure to Naomi’s Village in Kenya, Africa

It all started in January 2017. My husband and I were in Encintas, CA, walking along the beach. We were both so incredibly happy to be close to the ocean, for the change of scenery from the mountains in Colorado. We were so happy to be warm, to have the time to walk next to […]

Documentary Photo Project of the Fairtrade Sugar Industry in Belize

I’m a documentary family photographer. Most of my work is with families, in their homes, documenting their lives. And I really, really love it. But every once in a while, I have this irresistible urge to go. To leave the country and photograph something completely out of my day to day. My husband calls it […]

Escaping Business With Our First Family Vacation

Like white water rafting or flying through a good book in one sitting is for some people, Fearless and Framed® is my thrill. Truthfully, I’m the opposite of someone that experiences business burnout…. I can’t get enough. I’ve been running businesses since 2008 and though there’s been some zigging + zagging, I truly enjoy the journey. […]

Family Vacation: A Trip to a Yurt in the Virginia Mountains

Over spring break, my family and I decided to stay at a yurt in the mountains. I’m sure you are wondering what a yurt is – that was me when I first heard about them. A traditional yurt (from Turkic) or ger (Mongolian) is a portable, round tent covered with skins or felt used as […]

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