Healing Hands

Verna prepares a new bandage for a man who is homeless in PDX

Verna prepares a new bandage for a man who is homeless in PDX

Advocacy

Finding Home @ RVs For Families in Portland, Oregon

 

Finding Home – A Moment In Time

RVs For Families A home or Joel and Katie

Solidarity

Michael Davis joined in solidarity with housed and unhoused protestors in NW Portland to protest the mistreatment of our homeless community by Elephant Delicaessen's management team, located on NW 22nd. Photo © June 16, 2016 Mary Anne FunkMichael Davis joined in solidarity with housed and unhoused protestors in NW Portland to protest the mistreatment of our homeless community by Elephant Delicatessen’s management team, located on NW 22nd.
Photo © June 16, 2016 Mary Anne Funk

Adaptive Bike Clinic

 David Griffiths, right talks with Steve Hoyt-McBeth from PBOT about the hand bike he is about to ride. David is working with others in our community to bring awareness to the need for having adaptive bikes available in the Portland’s bike share program. Adaptive bikes provide access to bikes for people with disabilities and for people with limited mobility. Currently there are no adaptive cycles available in the bike share program.

Finding Home: Joel and Katie Longanecker

“We know homelessness, we know strife, and we know hopelessness. That is why we are compelled and somewhat obligated to help others in need. That is why our passion lies within helping others. ” Joel Longanecker

“We know what it’s like to be housed and have everything you need and a good income, but we also know what it is like to have absolutely nothing. It helps you to see both sides.” Katie Longanecker

Joel and Katie Longanecker are high school sweethearts. Together they have weathered many storms and come through them with continued optimism and resilience. Last year was no exception. In 2015, Joel and Katie became homeless after the house they were renting to own went into foreclosure when the landlord they trusted stopped paying the mortgage. Joel and Katie spent over 7 years in that house and they were never late on their payment.  (more…)

Community Love

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Michael is living in poverty, yet he does what he can and uses what little resources he has, to help others. In this photo, Michael is preparing sandwiches for Hazelnut Grove community, a homeless camp in North Portland: Support North Greeley Homeless Camp

Michael knows first hand what it is like to be houseless and how it feels when people in the community care.

Michael is a housemate with myself and others, in the Anawim Christian Community home. Anawim Christian Community is a non-for-profit organization providing services for the homeless, low income, and mentally ill community.

Members of the Anawim Community Home either pay rent or work in exchange for rent in Anawim’s various services. Michael spends every Friday doing repairs and coordinating volunteers at Anawim’s sanctuary in Gresham.

Collaboration

I recently set up my camera and audio gear to record a behind the scenes of myself and Jeremy discussing the song he is going to write, while watching edited clips showcasing the first featured story from Artbeat of the City that I’m making: Artful Journey of Life. This behind the scenes video is only part of our creative brainstorming session.

Jeremy Famà is writing the song for this featured story about Harry Moodshade Richards, a street artist in Portland, Oregon who used his art to overcome his addictions and homelessness.

Artful-Journey-of-Life_Songwriter-Filmmaker_behind-the-scenes from Mary Anne Funk on Vimeo.

Filmmaker and editor: Mary Anne Funk
Artist’s story: Harry “Moodshade” Richards
Songwriter: Jeremy Famà

Eviction Court

Photo by Mary Anne Funk

“I may find myself back on the streets again. I am not healthy enough for that. Not healthy enough to live in a germ laden shelter either, if I was able to find a bed in one. There are only 2 women’s shelters in PDX and the wait lists are months long.” Courtney Shannon

Eviction court by Mary Anne Funk

 

Photo by Mary Anne Funk

 

Courtney is surrounded by friends and supporters on the steps of Multnomah County Court house, after her first court date involving her no-cause eviction. Photo by Mary Anne Funk April 12, 2016 Photo by Mary Anne Funk

 

Courtney was told she has a 60 day no-cause eviction notice. She is working on getting this extended and working through the process to find out what her legal rights are.

Courtney was surrounded by friends and supporters at her first court date involving her no-cause eviction.at  Multnomah County Court house

A go fund me page has been set up for Courtney.
https://www.gofundme.com/ndw3a564

Finding One’s Voice | Video

Oregon SOS

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Activist for human rights, Teressa Raiford is the master of ceremonies at the Oregon SOS rally in Salem, Oregon. Her speeches in between introducing the speakers motivates the crowd and addresses the issues from the day’s topic of discussion. Photo ©2016 | Mary Anne Funk

We have to do something now. We can’t think that homelessness is something that is a norm. We can’t say that people who don’t have enough are lazy, they’re not. Our politicians are just not courages enough to do the right thing. We need a living wage. We need to make sure that the future of our children is secure by a stable home life. We need to make sure that women who are dealing with domestic violence don’t need to stay in the situation because they can’t afford to take care of their children on less than 15 dollars an hour. We have to do what we can, 15 Now! ~Teressa Raiford

See Full Photo Story of the demonstration

Community Art

Rico, along with the other residents of Hazelnut Grove who design a quilt, will have an opportunity to have their quilt showcased in the March “Sharing the Scraps” if chosen by the show’s curator.

“Sharing The Scraps” is about the lack of equity in our world right now and the haves and the have nots, and how those of us who have not are really struggling, and how we can literally share the scraps of what little we have with the people around us who might have a little bit less in some ways. In the case of Hazelnut Grove, [they have] a lot more than I have, even as a housed person, in terms of the community and safety and structure and support.” Wynde Dyer.

Art and Bath Time at Wynde Dyer's. Wynde provides encouragment to Rico works on designing his quilt for the "Sharing the Scraps" show in March at Stumptown. Rico, along with the other residents of Hazelnut Grove who design a quilt, will have an opportunity to have their quilt showcased in the March "Sharing the Scraps" if chosen by the show's curator. "Sharing The Scraps" is about the lack of equity in our world right now and the haves and the have nots, and how those of us who have not are really struggling, and how we can literaly share the scraps of what little we have with the people around us who might have a little bit less in some ways. In the case of Hazelnut Grove, [they have] a lot more than I have, even as a housed person, in terms of the community and safety and structure and support." Wynde Dyer. Photo by Mary Anne Funk Redefining Our Perceptions of Homelessness and Poverty

Art and Bath Time at Wynde Dyer’s.  Wynde talks to Rico about his quilt design.  Photo by Mary Anne Funk

Hand to Hold – Jeremy Famà

Video Recording
Hand to Hold – Written by Jeremy Famà in conjunction with his brother, Carmelo A Famà.
Location: Portland, Oregon
Filmed and edited by Mary Anne Funk

Audio Podcast – Collective Voices | Oregon SOS – Fight High Rents and Low Wages |

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Audio recording from inside the Oregon State Capitol building during the Oregon SOS – Fight High Rents and Low Wages demonstration. Participants sat down and linked hands outside of Governor Kate Browns office, extending into the hallway. They formed a collective voice as they called out statements and chants addressing issues pertaining to poverty, homelessness, our housing state of emergency, rent increases, minimum wage, black lives matter and more. Their collective message is to Governor Kate Brown and the Oregon Legislation. Their voices were heard throughout the building. “Mic check” was often used to announce when someone in the crowd was about to speak. When mic check is stated, all of the participants repeat mic check and proceed to repeat what the speaker is saying, which is then followed by chants that reiterate the statement. Play audio bar below to hear the entire audio from the participants inside the capitol building. (37 minutes)

This audio is also part of a photo story essay – Oregon SOS Fight High Rents and Low Wages – Photo Essay

Photos and Audio are © Mary Anne Funk at http://www.maryannefunk.com. Do not copy or redistribute audio or photos for personal projects without permission from Mary Anne Funk. ©2016 Mary Anne Funk at www.maryannefunk.com must accompany photos and audio if permission is granted. Submit photo and audio inquiries to maryannefunk at ailgifstudios dot com

Building Oregon’s Climate Movement Panel | Video

Recording of Building Oregon’s Climate Movement panel.
January 25th, 2016
Location SEIU 503
Recorded and edited by Mary Anne Funk

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On Monday, January 25th, Know Your City and Renew Oregon hosted a community dialogue with speakers who organize in very different communities for a clean Oregon future. Topics included carbon pricing, equity and environmental justice, grassroots coalition building, and creating green jobs for working Oregonians.

Building Oregon’s Climate Movement Panel from Mary Anne Funk / Ailgif Studios on Vimeo.

A Step Up: Finding Community and Hope

Listen to audio story: In audio clip below, Sean talks to me about being homeless, being a part of Hazelnut Grove, and how having a place he can transition in is allowing him to pick himself back up again.

Additional segments from the interview will be added at a later date.

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Sean is a resident at Hazelnut Grove, an organized homeless camp in North Portland, Oregon. For Sean, Hazelnut Grove has provided a step up from when he was sleeping on benches and under bridges. It has provided a place for Sean to be part of a community where he feels safe and secure. Being a part of Hazelnut Grove has opened the door for Sean to find a job with Green Cab through a community volunteer who he met at Hazelnut Grove.

On February 15, 2016, I interviewed Sean while riding with him when he dropped off a client at the airport.

This interview took place in the cab along the way.

Sean drops off his client, Abby at the airport

Sean drops off his client, Abby at the airport. Photo © Mary Anne Funk 2016

 

Toby

Community Caring

Audio Story with Photos:
Diane Esch is a retired widow and mother, formerly a mental health counselor, who had to move out of her apartment because of rent increases. She has a lifetime of memories and valuables that need to be moved into storage units because her new apartment is too small to hold them. If she wasn’t able to remove her belongings in time, the landlord was going to throw them away. Diane was alone with no-one locally to help her move and no additional income to help cover the cost of having it moved. With little time to spare, a community of angles came together to help Diane sort through her lifetime of memories and helped her move what she was keeping into storage.

The following short audio story includes moments captured in which Diane shared the memories she has of her husband and some of her children who have passed away. In this audio, you will gain understanding of what it is like for Diane to go through her belongings and the importance of her memories of them in her life.

Photos and audio by Mary Anne Funk

Community Love | Boots On The Ground

Community Love and Support. Boots On The Ground by Mary Anne Funk. Portland, Oregon

© Feb. 2016 Mary Anne Funk

Samantha comforts Diane as Diane cries with tears of joy after she found a book of recipes that she thought was lost. The recipe book was put together by her husband, who passed away four years ago. Diane is having to move 45 years of memories into storage units because she is having to move into a place that she no longer has room to keep her things. Diane is 75 years old and was recently displaced after her landlord told her rent would be increasing to an amount she could not afford. Samantha was one of several Boots on the Ground community volunteers who helped Diane move.

Saint and Angel

Audio Story: Saint and Angel at Forgotten Realms.

Saint and Angel are married. They first became homeless together after Saint lost his job. Like many working poor americans, they were living paycheck to paycheck with nothing in savings and although he was looking for another job, it didn’t come in time to cover their rent.

Listen to Saint and Angel’s story

They are currently not living together because Angel is in a treatment program where she is housed and not able to have her husband with her in her place. Saint is staying at and working on setting up a homeless camp in North Portland, Oregon, called Forgotten Realms where they both have found community and a chance to rebuild their lives together as they work toward their future.

It has been Saints dream since he was a child to set up homeless camps all throughout the United States which he calls Sherwood, after Robin Hood. He relates Sherwood to the group of individuals who are pushed aside in society with no place to go. Angel’s love and support of her husband’s life dream is helping him to realize that it is possible. Together they will work together to help Forgotten Realms and work toward bringing Sherwood to fruition.

Serving the poor

Redefining Perceptions of Homelessness and Poverty - January 16, 2015 | Anawim Christian Community| Photo by Mary Anne Funk
Pastor Steve Kimes of Anawim Christian Community and other organizations are able to pick up food from the gleaners that they can distribute to the communities they serve: the poor and needy in the Northwest.

Labor of love

Art defined me I didn’t define it | Artful Journey of Life: In Plain Sight

Art has always been a part of Harry’s life, he just didn’t understand the power it had to change his life. In this clip, Harry and his sister Mona look through the artwork in their mother’s garage for some of Harry’s work. Harry also talks about how art defined him he didn’t define his art.

 

Defined by Art | Artful Journey of Life: In Plain Sight by Mary Anne Funk from Mary Anne Funk / Ailgif Studios on Vimeo.

This is the first documentary in the ongoing documentary project series, Artful Journey of Life, about street artists living on the fringe of survival in Portland, Oregon.

To learn more about Harry and the Artful Journey of Life documentary series project at http://www.artfuljourneyoflife.com

Behind the scenes with filmmaker and song writter

I recently set up my camera and audio gear to record a behind the scenes of myself and the songwriter for the first feature in the ongoing ethnographic documentary series, Artful Journey of Life, discussing the song he is going to write, while watching edited clips of Harry’s story. This behind the scenes video is only part of our creative brainstorming session.

Artful-Journey-of-Life_Songwriter-Filmmaker_behind-the-scenes from Mary Anne Funk / Ailgif Studios on Vimeo.

Hazelnut Grove Work Party

A place to live

Troy – Hazelnut Grove

 

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Troy at Hazelnut Grove cleans dishes with a smile

October 27, 2015
Hazelnut Grove Community
Photo by Mary Anne Funk
©2015 Hazelnut Grove/Mary Anne Funk

Grace | Finding Home

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Grace cleans a pan, in the community kitchen, after preparing eggs for other members of the Hazelnut Grove Community. Hazelnut Grove is a homeless camp in North Portland, Oregon.

Abby the Spoon Lady | Artful Journey of Life

Jeremy Famà | Artbeat of the City

Book Trailer: The Kidney Sellers

The following book promo trailer was made for The Kidney Sellers: A Journey of Discovery in Iran by Sigrid Fry-Revere.

Promo Trailer Edited by: Mary Anne Benner
Video Footage by Sigrid Fry-Revere

Angela: Living With C.O.P.D.

Living With C.O.P.D. by Mary Anne Funk/Mary Anne "Benner" Funk
Photo of Mary Anne “Benner” Funk with Angela. Portland, Oregon A moment with Angela, one of the participants from the Better Breather’s Group who shared their story with me: Living With C.O.P.D. 2009.

The Nature of the Beast | The Devastation of Meth

In search of sanctuary and home

In search of sanctuary and home | Redefining perceptions of homelessness and poverty

In this photo: Aubrie tries to decide if she has room to keep a loaf of bread after her, her partner T.J. and unborn child were evicted.

Imagine being evicted, with no-place to go, but on the streets. Imagine if you had to decide what you could keep when you went from having a stable home life to being homeless. That’s exactly what Aubrie had to do after her, her partner T.J., and unborn child were evicted in February of this year. In this photo: Aubrie tries to decide if she has room to keep a loaf of bread. Aubrie has since had her baby, a little girl named, Abbie.

They were in a shelter when Abbie was born. That shelter recently closed down, and Aubrie, Abbie, and T.J. are sleeping in a crowded living room with others, in a family member’s home. T.J. works full time, but the cost of rent prices has made it difficult for them to find another place to live.

© 2015 Mary Anne Funk
www.maryannefunk.com
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Shadow | Redefining Our Perceptions of Homelessness and Poverty

Shadow and his wife are homeless. She is not feeling well and is sleeping when we walk up. Shadow was cleaning up their area. He keeps a broom with them at all times to keep where they stay clean and they keep their belongings neatly statcked. They stay ready to move on a moments notice becuase they never know when the police will tell them the need to move.

I met Shadow while walking and documenting Knowing Me Ministries, in Portland, Oregon.  Shadow and his wife

Steve Kimes | Anawim Christian Community | Serving the poor community

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Serving The Poor Community

January 16, 2015 | Photo by Mary Anne Funk

During the initial walk through at Birch Community Services, Steve Kimes, front left, of Anawim Christian Community, along with various other organizations who are working with the poor communities in the Northwest, make a note next to available food that they need to pick up that day. Fridays are Anawim’s scheduled day. Pastor Steve Kimes of Anawim Christian Community and other organizations are able to pick up food that they can distribute to the communities they serve: the poor and needy in the Northwest. Birch Community Services is also known as the gleaners. Birch Community Services provides a “dignity exchange” program with the working poor in our area.

 

Learn more about Anawim Christian Community at http://anawimcc.org/

Learn more about Birch Community Services at http://www.birchcommunityservices.org/

Diane Kimes | Anawim Christian Community

© Mary Anne Funk 2014 Diane Kimes of Anawim Christian Community, prepares a meal for the Anawim Community House meal and church service. Diane Kimes and her husband, Pastor Steve Kimes, have been serving the homeless community and the working poor community since the mid 1990's. Photo by Mary Anne Funk

Diane Kimes of Anawim Christian Community, prepares a meal for the Anawim Community House meal and church service. Diane Kimes and her husband, Pastor Steve Kimes, have been serving the homeless community and the working poor community since the mid 1990’s.

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Redefining Perceptions of Homelessness and Poverty by Mary Anne Funk

Genevieve Cochran asks Pastor Steve Kimes of Anwaim Christian Community, what he has room for in his van as they prepare to head over to St. Johns, for their Wednesday meal service.

Diver | Anawim Christian Community

 

Diver toils the Anawim Sanctuary Grounds. Diver is a member of Anawim’s community home in N. Portland. He spends every Friday at the Sanctuary working on various projects. He is also the volunteer coordinator, overseeing what needs to be done, who’s working on it, and who is volunteering that day and who is getting paid for that day. © Mary Anne Funk/Anawim Christian Community

Toby

Toby at Anawim Christian Community in St. Johns. Photo ©Mary Anne Funk - Portland, Oregon Documentary Photographer

Organization – Anawim Christian Community
Location – at St. Johns Covenant Church
© Mary Anne Funk with unlimited usage rights granted solely to Anawim Christian Community
September 2014

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Living With COPD | Mary Anne Funk (Benner)

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Project: Living With COPD
Description: Ethnographic research to further understand the effects of COPD as part of an ongoing research and product development plan for chronic illness.
Project Year: 2009
For: Intel Digital Health Group
Role: Lead Research Ethnographer and Visual Ethnographer

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Homeless Bill of Rights Testimony and Rally at City Hall Portland, Oregon (Photo Essay)

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Individuals, families, and advocacy groups came together in solidarity with Right 2 Survive, Sisters of the Road, VOZ, and Right 2 Dream Too on Wednesday morning, January 21, 2015 for the Homeless Bill of Rights Testimony and Rally at City Hall.

The march route went from the VOZ worker center on NE Martin Luther King Blvd to Right 2 Dream Too on NW 4th and W Burnside to the final destination on the steps of City Hall.

The march was followed by three of the marchers going inside to give their testimony in front of the City Council.

The testimony’s focus was for seeking support from the City Council for the Right to Rest Act. The Right to Rest Act seeks the right to set up tents, the right to set up cover, the cessation of sweeps, and the prevention of personal property confiscation by police and security.

Currently, in Portland, large-scale sweeps are being implemented to remove homeless encampments, and citations are being given to individuals who are homeless for resting along sidewalks. During the sweeps, it has become a common practice for the destruction of tents by slashing them and personal belongings being thrown away.
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A Soldier’s Journey

A Soldier's Journey by Mary Anne Funk

While helping my son pack up his apartment and prepare for his deployment, I spent some time documenting what he was going through. I have filmed some difficult moments and stories, but this by far has been the hardest piece I have filmed and edited.

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A new beginning

birth story photography Portland, Oregon. Adam cuts his son's umbilical cord with the help of the midwife. ©Mary Anne Funk All rights reserved

Adam cuts his son’s umbilical cord with the help of the midwife.
©Mary Anne Funk All rights reserved December 2, 2014. Location: Pocatello, Idaho

Artful Journey of Life

Artful Journey of Life by Mary Anne Funk

 

PROJECT: Artful Journey of Life
PROJECT TYPE: Feature Length Ethnographic Documentary
STATUS: Currently in post-production. Projected premier in Portland, Oregon of March 2015
ROLE: Producer, Director, Filmmaker, Editor:
STREET ARTIST: Harry “Moodshade” Richards
DOCUMENTARY WEBSITE: http://www.artfuljourneyoflife

An Artful Journey of Life” is an ethnographic feature length documentary focusing on one impassioned street artist in Portland, Oregon: the harsh reality of his past, the struggles he faces now and the continuous hopes he has for his future.

For Harry, his art is what has kept him alive and is his way out of the situation he’s in.

After being on and off the streets for 25 years, he still has hope for something better. He makes no excuses for the circumstances of his choices and is honest and open about the mistakes he has made.
SCENE SELECT VIDEO CLIPS

Artful Journey of Life-Scene-Select One from Mary Anne Funk / Ailgif Studios on Vimeo.

Learn more about the documentary and see video clips at: http://www.artfuljourneyoflife.com

I do

Mark and Mary Anne Funk Photo by Diane Kimes

Mark and Mary Anne Funk
Photo by Diane Kimes

On August 23, 2014, I married the love of my life on a small beach near the Columbia River, by a long a friend and pastor, Steve Kimes. When I’m not behind the camera, I enjoy spending time with my husband. We enjoy just hanging out side by side while playing on the computer, hiking, biking, camping, and playing darts.

 

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