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Social change one photograph at a time

Stories can be told with pictures and photophilanthropy has been established to connect photographers with non profit organisations to tell stories that can lead to social change.  I am reminded of the work of Susan Scott (2002) who said you … Continue reading

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Science and Water

‘India’s future? Men, Machines, but no water’, a photograph by Indian science journalist Pallava Bagla. Water is a vital but scarce resource.  Yet many people throughout the world do not have access to clean drinking water. The photograph above communicates … Continue reading

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What happens when you mix fashion, design, science and water?

Here is a blog, relevant to science and water and design – given that photography always has an aspect of “design”.   Orignially posted on the Practical Action blog David J. Grimshaw October 8th, 2008 The glib answer is disappearing dresses.   … Continue reading

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A World Elsewhere

In Coriolanus Shakespeare reminds us that there is “a world elsewhere”.   The forty selected photographs reflect a people facing life in areas of conflict, the challenges of climate change, or something which is largely outside their control.   Some are reminders … Continue reading

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