Telecommuting Not an Option

Mendel Rashi, a Hungarian Jewish homeless gentleman who couldn’t quite remember his age, was headed to a Kroger store in Atlanta where he planned to sleep in a corner outside as protection from the cold weather. He likes to spend his days being free to roam with his carts of ‘silver and gold’ treasures. He has but four teeth and isn’t able to eat much except soft fruit, especially bananas. photo by © Robin Rayne/ZUMA PRESS

Photojournalist Robin Rayne – Selfie

To minimize the risk of infection, photojournalist Robin Rayne is equipped with masks and gloves, in addition to disinfecting all the photographic equipment he carries on a daily basis. In search of stories, Robin has been on duty in visiting those on the fringes of society. Robin knows many journalists are covering the “Front Lines”, but he sees the need to show those who often fall through the cracks during crisis are not forgotten.

Working on a new story about Victoria, who has Mitochondrial Disease and needs strong CBD oil to keep her seizures under control. The story will explore what life for her family is like during this time of COVID-19. photo by ©Robin Rayne/ZUMA
1 Corinthians 15:8-10 
and last of all he appeared to me also, as to one abnormally born.
For I am the least of the apostles and do not even deserve to be called an apostle, because I persecuted the church of God. 10 But by the grace of God I am what I am, and his grace to me was not without effect. No, I worked harder than all of them—yet not I, but the grace of God that was with me.

Most of the stories I see from Robin make me say “there but for the grace of God go I.”

A group of self-described conservative “patriots” gather outside Cherokee County Courthouse on Sunday April 19 to protest the state’s “shelter in place” orders because of the COVID19 pandemic. Several were armed with AR-15 weapons. Organizers voiced a list of grievances against the state, arguing citizen’s rights were being violated because of the orders, and vow to ignore state mandate. photo by © Robin Rayne/ZUMA PRESS

Every story must have a conflict and with Robin’s camera he puts that conflict front and center. The photos will be in your face and make you “Feel” and not just “See” the story.

While Robin has been looking for stories to do on those who often fall through the cracks, I have been looking for people and businesses to tell their story during this pandemic. I decided to tell Robin’s story. Here is a video I did on Robin.

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Take a look at the other videos I have done for businesses to help them tell what they are doing during this pandemic. Consider passing my information on to them.

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