As I pursue the path to Christ, I think back about how I got to this point in time. I moved to NYC when I was 23 years old ready to take on the glamorous fashion world. I studied photography for 7 months at a trade school of sorts called The Center for the Media Arts. My first job was as an assistant to professional photographer Flo Fox. She has been legally blind most of her life and has MS since 1980. (not exactly the best option but I was hungry for work - any work) She hired me as a freelancer to help out in her apartment/studio because of a letter and resume I sent to her. She said that from what she could see - my handwriting looked just like hers. I worked for her for about 6 months mostly doing odd jobs since she wasn't very busy at the time. Working for her was quite an introduction into the dark side of NYC.
I didn't remember his name at first so I searched the web. It didn't take me long to track him down.
Two things about this link struck me today. A quote from model Brandon Davidson, "What might look like the most dangerous place a Christian can be is the safest place if that's where the Lord has called you," And the other thing that struck me deep down is the reporter's final (media fueled/ condescending words) in the video. The female reporter says "great for them"...