I made my first trip to Uganda in 2006, as part of a photography and film workshop. My plan was to learn how to become a photographer for NGOs and then travel the world to do just that. What happened instead changed my life in a very meaningful way. I fell in love with the children at an orphanage in the small town of Kajjansi. When I came home, I decided to dedicate myself to the children there, and I started a not-for-profit group called "Change the Truth." Over the course of the next 13 years, we raised over a million dollars to help feed, clothe, and educate the kids. We built a new kitchen, put in gardens, added solar lighting, created a marching band, installed a computer lab, and I brought over more than 75 volunteers to teach yoga, art, sewing, music, photography, etc. We hired a full time social worker to live on the grounds and work with the children on a daily basis. Oh, and all along the way, I made photographs. Girl in Front of Green Wall, Kajjansi, 2011Beauty Salon, Kajjansi, 2011Maybelline Model, KajjansiNewspapered Walls, KajjansiBra Salesman, Kajjansi, 2013Mother and Children, KajjansiGirl in Red Dress. Kajjansi, 2011Green Bucket, KajjansiBarber Shop, Kajjansi, 2011Two Girls in Sunday Dresses, KajjansiPlastic Fruit, KajjansiRaindrops on Window, Kampala, 2013Rain Puddle, Kajjansi, 2011Porridge Bowl, Kajjansi, Uganda, 2011Girl Sitting on Bed, Kajjansi, Uganda, 2013Evelyn, KajjansiJaja with Blue Headscarf,KajjansiThree Grandmothers, KajjansiOrange Shoes, KajjansiPink SlippersYoung Boy in Bathing Bin, Kajjansi, 2012Two Boys, Kajjansi, 2012Petra, Kajjansi, 2012SilhouetteMan and Television SetLate Afternoon Light, KajjansiGrandmother and Granddaughter, Kajjansi, 2011Oscar in Lake VictoriaGrandmother LaughingYoung Girl in DormitoryLillian, Kajjansi, 2012Grandmother's HandsGreat Grandmother, Kajjansi, 2015Sarah in Lake Victoria, Kajjansi, 2013Childrens' Feet, Kajjansi, 2013Mother and Child, Kajjansi, 2013Childrens' Shoes, Kajjansi, 2013