Joel Flory, CEO of VSCO
Portrait of Ladue, Missouri resident
Bull riding student
Former Refugee and soccer fanatic Fatuma Hussein
Ecclesia Church tattoos
Shrimp net repairman
Cowboy, Nevadan desert, January 2019
Joel Flory, CEO of VSCOJoel Flory at VSCO's offices in downtown San Francisco, California.
Portrait of Ladue, Missouri residentJane tends to her landscaping.
Bull riding studentA young bull-riding student has his helmet adjusted before beginning practice in New Caney, Texas.
Former Refugee and soccer fanatic Fatuma HusseinFrom Somalia, Fatuma Hussein grew up with her mother and five brothers and sisters in a refugee camp in Kenya that has little in common with the city in the sunny state of California, which she has called home for six years now. “I am convinced that football has the power to unite people from around the world. You don’t have to speak the same language to communicate with or understand one another in football.”
John ChambersFormer Cisco CEO and chairman John Chambers, who recently launched JC2, a venture capitol firm focused on India and France.
Shion DeysarkarShion Deysarkar, founder of custom data search company Datafiniti, who says he is moving his company to Austin because he could not find enough talented programmers in Houston
James GreenJames Green, founder of FixMyKix. FixMyKix provides a mobile marketplace app for the services of Shoe Restoration and Shoe Art, to promote artistic entrepreneurship and environmental sustainability.
Sara CampbellSara Campbell, a fellow at UC Berkeley, is one of the 2018 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Hanna Gray Fellows.
Beach HermitA beach hermit near the Texas ghost town of Indianola, stands near landscape paintings he made of his surroundings.
Fatuma HusseinFatuma Hussein from Somalia moved to the USA when she was 14 years old. The organization “Soccer Without Borders” helped her integrate on and off the pitch and in the process she gained a second family. Photographed for FIFA 1904 magazine.
Erin ChenErin Chen, a fellow at Stanford, is one of the 2018 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Hanna Gray Fellows.
Semajay ThomasSemajay Thomas works out in Stafford, TX at Plex. Thomas, a 21-year-old boxer from West Town with a highly decorated amateur career, finally is well positioned and well supported for a successful professional career three and a half years after being acquitted of a first-degree murder charge that resulted from an incident he actually had no part of.
RoughnecksRoughnecks, otherwise known as oil workers, pose for a portrait near the Eagle Ford Shale in Carrizo Springs, Texas.
Orman WilsonFive years ago, car-wash owner Orman Wilson set up a pension plan for himself and six employees. For that, he may owe the IRS a $1.2 million tax penalty.Mr. Wilson, the owner of 19 coin-operated car washes in Houston, says he relied on four advisers, including a certified public accountant, to set up a plan that received approval from the Internal Revenue Service. Then, in late 2007, the IRS found fault with the plan and assessed it $250,000 -- plus special penalties of $1.2 million.The penalties "would wipe us out," Mr. Wilson says.
Ecclesia Church tattoosCommunity members at Ecclesia Church in Montrose have gotten tattoos representing the Stations of the Cross as a part of the church's art installation for Lent called Cruciformity:Stations on Skin.
Meredith BlackwelderMeredith Blackwelder, 24, had her first ACL tear as a soccer player when she was in 8th grade. "I was in a small scrimmage for the ball," Blackwelder said. "I did a step-over move … it was like my tibia (shin) and ankle stayed planted on the ground but my femur (thigh) and knee caved in."Blackwelder had torn her ACL. The anterior cruciate ligament is one of four major ligaments in the knee and is the main stabilizer of the knee. Females are more likely to suffer tears than males."It was a terrible thing I heard about all the time but kept thinking, 'Oh it will never happen to me,' " said Blackwelder, now 24. "Then you realize it happens to tons and tons of people."
David CalkinsDavid Calkins, an architecht with Gensler, at Berry Elementary School, which he designed.
Karen RefugeesKaren refugees pose at a Houston apartment complex where many new arrivals from their home country of Myanmar live and adjust to their new country.
Mollie StevensonMollie Stevenson, a rancher, member of the Cowboy Hall of Fame and curator of a local museum featuring the contributions of black cowboys in Houston.
Arcade FireRock band Arcade Fire poses for a portrait in Quebec, Canada.
Alexa ParralesAlexa Parrales, 15, celebrates her Quinceañera with family and friends in Houston, Texas.
Simon SanchezPearland, Texas municipal worker Simon Sanchez poses for a portrait.
Shrimp net repairmanA shrimp net repairman mends a net in Freeport, Texas.
Sarah CortezSarah Cortez is a part-time cop and poet/writer. Her collection of poems, "Cold Blue Steel," is all about being a cop in Houston -- the bad parts of town, near misses, deaths, funerals, and especially the daily flavor of Houston's streets.
Giulio DraettaGiulio Draetta, Ph.D., M.D., professor in molecular and cellular oncology, and co-leader of the Moon Shots Program at MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Meisha BrownCancer survivor Meisha Brown poses for a portrait at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.
Luca ParmitanoPortrait of European Space Agency astronaut Luca Parmitano, of Italy, in Houston at Johnson Space Center.
Brandon ThibodeauxPortrait of awesome photographer Brandon Thibodeaux.
Brandon ThibodeauxA portrait of awesome photographer Brandon Thibodeaux.
Bull riderA bull rider takes a break after spilling off a bull at a practice pen in Dayton, Texas.
Food VendorA food vendor makes funnel cakes at a festival in Palacios, Texas.
Matt StandridgePilot Matt Standridge will compete in the Cybathlon using an exoskeleton from the University of Houston's Noninvasive Brain-Machine Interface Systems Laboratory designed to help people with paraplegia to walk.
Andrew FutrealAndrew Futreal, PhD, Professor, Genomic Medicine, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Burning leavesAn East Texas resident rakes and burns leaves in her back yard.
FishermanA fisherman hauls in a huge catfish from the Sam Rayburn Reservoir in East Texas.
Leslie RussellA portrait of cancer survivor Leslie Russell for Conquest magazine, a publication of the MD Anderson Cancer Center.
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