January 3, 2017

I have been spending a lot of time researching individuals and organizations worldwide that use photography as a tool to promote social good. I believe that creating links between us can increase our effectiveness by sharing ideas, finding partnerships, avoiding same m...

December 28, 2016

I am sure that by looking at this image, very few people would guess that she was abandoned when she was a little baby. In January 2016, I was visiting Madurai India and was taken to a clinic to visit her at her work. I was so impressed by her smile and the kindness of...

December 24, 2016

I guess it is common for many of us to have something that has marked a year, for me 2016 has been important in understanding the direction I want to go with photography. Many factors have contributed to reaching this clarity. In January, I went once again to India and...

December 22, 2016

I am starting a new adventure; I want to use this blog to share, discuss, and become a resource for people like me that are convinced photography is a great tool to document and promote individual and community efforts that are working to improve the society.

I am tired...

Rural regions account for 80% of the land in Mexico and although home to up to 25% of the population, they are host to 60% of the country's extreme poor and 46 percent of the moderately poor. It is a proven fact that investing in education of women has a multiplier eff...

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