Photographs captured on January 26, 2018 along the seven-mile Black Point Wildlife Drive at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge.
I’ve been remiss in sharing an update on our exploration of Iceland’s Ring Road. In fact, it’s been over seven months since our trip to the island of fire and ice. Looking back, this ranks among my favorite trips abroad. There is so much to see and experience in this small, remote nation. For one, there is an abundance of wildlife! The joke is that there are twice as many sheep in Iceland as people (total human population is underRead More
Earlier this month I had the opportunity to represent the Arab American National Museum at the City/Cité convening in Paris. It was an inspiring program and I was honored to be part of an incredibly talented delegation of professionals representing the US. In addition to sharing how the AANM works to uplift communities through arts & culture, I had the opportunity to meet with like-minded institutions in Paris to explore the potential for collaboration. This included the Cité Nationale deRead More
The best way to see a city while traveling is by foot. I spend a good amount of time in Washington, DC for work. I feel like I know the city fairly well, yet I am constantly amazed by the monumental architecture of the city. I arrived in town earlier today to attend the Smithsonian Affiliations Advisory Council meeting and 2014 Annual Conference, which are taking place this week. Upon arrival, I hiked a few miles across town to grabRead More