Video Fragments

I've started a new section in my website called, "Video Fragments," which features short video moments, anywhere between 10-30 seconds in length. Sometimes I will stumble upon a situation that is either visually beautiful, or emotionally compelling, though unfortunately due to other circumstances doesn't lend itself to a feature video, or I may not be able to dedicate more than a brief few minutes to interact with the story further. Instead of allowing these moments to disappear into my memory, or the abyss of my archive, I would rather share these with you in short bursts of color.

The newest moment I edited today comes from Monrovia, Liberia, where my driver, David Acheampong, brought me to a cliff where a handful of families live, looking out over the Mesurado River and houses of Jallah Town--a neighborhood of Monrovia.