In this third installment of the ‘Mi Comunidad’ multimedia series, I planned to produce a piece about Cinco de Mayo, a Mexican holiday which commemorates an important victory against the French army. I learned that Burns students were researching several Latino topics in recognition of Cinco de Mayo. During my first visit to the school, I noticed the wonderful light falling on a young man from a hallway skylight. At the risk of being rude, I stopped talking to the teacher I was interviewing and began photographing him. Sometimes the photograph appears out of nowhere. I then introduced myself to Kevin and explained my project. I knew I had a story when I learned that Kevin had discovered his Taíno ancestry through a genetic mapping project.