I’ve travelled with the International Justice Mission quite a bit over the last year, helping them bring to light the realities of modern slavery, however these trips to Ghana were different.
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Our friend Sebastian was born in Puerto Rico so he couldn't help but feel a need to help after the natural disaster. He received calls from friends and family who were victims to the chaos. Authorities are estimating that it will take months to restore power.
One of the things that impressed me the most when moving to Mexico in 2014 was the great importance that they give to religion, their faith and their beliefs. As a storyteller, I decided to start exploring this topic, specifically on syncretism...
I was thrilled to have an opportunity to return to Peru this past October with my two daughters to lead a Snapshot Project through the non-profit organization 100cameras.
By packaging up our model, curriculum and tools, and the lessons we have learned from the field for close to a decade to now, we are planning to work with 20 new communities next year alone.
Bay Area photographer Nirav Patel shares the convictions, inspirations, and challenges that drive his ethereal, cinematic work.
We spoke to current owner and longtime Looking Glass employee, Jennifer Waicukauski, about the Berkeley store's 40+ year history and how their community has contributed to the store’s evolution.
We spoke to Assistant Store Manager Heather Thomas about MOPA's unique place in San Diego and the museum landscape.
With the resurgence in analog film photography, treehouse camera has provided a one-of-a-kind local hub for enthusiasts, students, and creatives in Honolulu, Hawaii. We spoke to founder Bobby Asato—who has operated the store since 2012—about the store’s unique journey.
Sheila Pree Bright shares about her forthcoming project with fellow photographer Danny Wilcox Frazier to document what unites and divides American communities.
Elle-May Leckenby's blog is an assemblage of moving images and photographs expressive of her creativity and personal style. Here, she shares some of her recent work, biggest motivation and what she wishes to accomplish this year.
Last month, we caught up with Oahu-based surfer, creator and photographer Alana Spencer - she shares some of her favorite images and more about her design aesthetic, creative influence and goal for 2017.
Today, we highlight New York-based photographer Nico Schinco's favorite photos and learn more about his go-to gear, dream project and goal for 2017
Our profile of photographer, illustrator, and blogger Tiffany Mitchell - she shares her go-to gear, biggest creative influence, and dream project, and highlights some of her favorite photos.
Entrepreneur, photographer and founder of The Blonde Abroad shares her bucket list destination, favorite place to photograph and dream project along with some photos from her recent travels.
The diverse influences, go-to gear, and earliest memories of the Brooklyn-based photographer who reframes familiar motifs into breathtaking new visions.
Our profile of fashion and lifestyle photographer Jane Kim - highlighting some of Jane's most recent fashion work and her go-to gear, dream project and goal for 2017.
Blogger Rocky Barnes's biggest creative influence, dream project, hidden talent, and the work she's most proud of.