A few weeks ago I was asked to spend an afternoon taking pictures at the L’Arche Atlanta residence. The organization wanted imagery they could use in their annual report that captured life in community at the house. At L’Arche, people with and without intellectual disabilities live together as a family. It is one of my favorite places to be and to photograph. The joy and love in this home is palpable and blankets me like a soothing balm. On this particular day, in part because I was photographing, volunteers and other administrative staff members dropped by to join the residents for dinner. This made for a festive atmosphere, especially with two young children present. As I was photographing one of the core members setting the table for dinner, a volunteer came out from the kitchen to tell me that she was sure there was a picture to be captured there. As I walked into the kitchen, I saw 2-year-old Owen repeatedly opening and closing the pantry door, giggling with delight at finding Liz, one of the assistants, inside.