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Every week I tell the story behind a photograph taken by myself or Jerry Bauer featuring a portrait that meant something to us at the time. Sometimes they’re enlightening, simple, or just meant to capture the moment. To see more Portraits Around the World, click here. I’ve learned that one of my favorite things about traveling is walking …

1. The bar with the literary reference turned into catchiest of catch phrases: 2. The photo studio where you can have your photo taken while you have fun with a girl, you naughty, you ;): 3. The friendly reminder to stay hungry while you feed the kids: 4. The entrance sign to my schools gymnasium: …

There was an incident one morning: in the middle of filming a small commercial for our global center, an elderly man began screaming what sounded like profanities in Korean (I can’t be too sure). He shook his fist in the air, expanding the curve of his back to appear larger and, presumably, more féroce. We were blocking …

This is the first time in my life I’ve lived somewhere that has four seasons, and guys, I’m so excited! I’m obsessed with the leaves changing, the colors of the earth, the sky, the trees. I just can’t get enough. I had a lot of expectations for Korea, but I never expected it to be …

Every week I write a little bit about life in Korea, specifically the good parts. Find more posts about what I absolutely love about Korea here.  Today I have an immense amount of gratitude for the place I’m at in Korea. It hasn’t been easy getting here, as it never is when you move your …

It’s not a moment that felt appropriate to Instagram. If I had to guess, I’d count 8 fully ingested tickers. In a word, I’d describe them as subsistent, as in, ‘the only muscle that subsists after death’; it really is the only organ that works continuously. In comparison, they tasted like chubby, seasoned muscles. Pressed …