Mary recently received the Society of American Travel Writers' (SATW) Silver Award for her photographic essay on the Ethiopian Orthodox festival of Timkat, a UNESCO-honored event. This came a year after she received the Gold Award for her coverage of the colorful, centuries-old livestock market in Nizwa, Oman.

In addition, our documentary travel films continue becoming official selections at film festivals from Iran and Russia to the U.S.

Our ongoing projects include supporting social justice issues, among them civil rights and climate change. The Dream Revisited, Civil Rights in Perspective, our first documentary focusing on social issues, has been screened in many film festivals and other venues in the U.S. Our film about the history of the women's suffrage movement was screened by the League of Women Voters and the Levine Museum of the New South. Currently, we're promoting a film about climate change and the urgent need to take action to protect our environment before it's too late.

In late summer 2022, we returned to French Polynesia and made a first trip to East Greenland's Scoresby Sound—both extraordinary adventures!

Meanwhile, we're working on a 3-volume set of books that showcases our photography over three decades.