NGO's AND ME
I am happy to report Social Documentary Network has published my exhibit titled, What Does it Mean to be Human. This documentary is about my time in Tanzania with Global Volunteers.
We are so comfortable. We have so much...
Tired of hearing the heart wrenching stories from across the globe, one day I finally decided to take action.
During a trip to India, ten years ago, I saw the challenges facing local, grass-roots non-profits. These non-profits are run by passionate directors who are invested in filling a specific need for their community. They work tirelessly, with little or no compensation.
In the comfort of my home stateside I heard their pleas for help. At best, I may have written a check or simply said a prayer. That didn’t seem quite enough for me. Why not take my passion, photography, and volunteer my services where needed?
In order to be visible NGO’s (Non-Governmental Organizations) need a website and promotional material. Unless they have a crackerjack photographer on staff, where do they get their images? From my experience these organizations have little, if any budget. That’s where I come in. I supply those critical images.
The following brochure, link under photo, highlights a trip to Tanzania where I volunteered my photographic services.
If you know, or are part of, an NGO in need of images, please contact me and we’ll talk.