On the last day of my trip to White Sands National Monument in New Mexico, I set out to find the iconic Yuccas to shoot. I walked more than 20 minutes in the desert looking for one, but a bush in the distance eventually captured my attention instead.
White Sands Monument Park, in New Mexico, is the largest desert of its kind in the world, made of gypsum sand and white dunes all the way up to the horizon, the glistering whiteness looks like snow, almost tricking your senses into believing you are in front of a winter scene.
In summer 2018, I was invited by the Chinese government for a photography project to shoot the city of Wuhan in China for the 40th anniversary of the economic reforms. I joined a group of young and talented photographers from the Bay Area, who later became known as the Wuhan Warriors.