Seeing Shapes, Gabe Hales
[Image description: a portrait-orientation image of a flight of stairs. The stairs are mostly bathed in deep shadows, with only the railing and attached balusters mostly visible to the viewer. The pattern in the balusters is a row of squares, with a circle in the center and eight spokes emanating from the center and connecting to each edge of the square. Wide beams of light pour down on the staircase from above, casting rectangular shapes onto the floor.]

Gabe Hales is an 18-year-old high schooler based out of Okemos, Michigan who has worked with major corporate companies such as Context Summits on photography and videography of their events in the past along with a few jobs lined up in the future. He also does a lot of freelance work on the side for local businesses, bands, and other events. Ever since a young age he’s been trying to capture the world from a different perspective: through a lens.

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Barking Sycamores is a literary journal entirely edited and operated by queer neurodivergent people of color. We publish poetry, artwork, short fiction (beginning with Issue 3), creative nonfiction (beginning with Issue 8), and hybrid genre work (beginning with Issue 9) by emerging and established neurodivergent writers as well as essays on neurodiversity and literature and book reviews (beginning with Issue 10).

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