Jen Vogus' passion for photography began years ago when she started taking pictures of her son who has a disability and is non-verbal. She captured his daily life and favorite things so he could share them with peers and teachers at school, giving him a voice to share his interests. Jen shares her story and the process of working with teachers to create photo books that enable students to communicate between home and school. This is a positive, uplifting process for all involved and can be applied to environments beyond school. Jen delves deeper into how photographs represent a powerful tool for building relationships, changing perspectives, and depicting the many abilities of people with disabilities. Jen also shares her experiences developing and leading photo voice projects that put cameras in the hands of students and adults with disabilities, empowering participants to utilize their own photography as means of self-expression and advocacy.