“Suddenly I am alive, and I am in Haiti. I am on a search for toys, because toys are linked to play, and play is linked to being human, or so I think, so I’m taking my camera to Haiti to explore this idea.” writes Nancy Farese in her blog post, “Pain and Suffering and Joy and Resilience in Haiti.”
As the founder of PhotoPhilanthropy, Nancy has been connecting professional photographers with nonprofits since 2009, to help them bring awareness to the causes they serve.
We are honored to have Nancy presenting her lecture, “Photography and Art as Activism,” at The Image Flow on Thursday May 8 at 7pm. Please join us!
More from The Flow:
- Activists Awards and a Brief History of Photojournalism
- LensCulture: A Contemporary Photography Platform
- West Peak: The Project by Gary Yost