Making change again feels great! The US government has licensed my images from the “Children of the Coffee” series. Images will be used in their 2020 reports: ‘Worst Forms of Child Labor’ and ‘List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor’. View Gallery #ChildLabor #Children #CostaRica
This summer, FAR OUT KIDS and iconic fashion designers will join up with Roma Boots’ Samuel Bistrian to deliver rubber boots and clean water systems to the indigenous Ngäbe people of Central America.
All is part of a documentary entitled “Children of the Coffee” produced by Academy and Emmy Award winning producer Gray Frederickson. The documentary is inspired by an article in Fem World Magazine by the incredible photo journalist Michele Zousmer. This same article introduc
I just wanted to share some photos of the women and children I met on my Annapurna trek in 2015, right before the earthquake. I can’t wait to see the children and women I met the last time I was there. Nepal is a beautiful country – physically and spiritually. If you like to trek and can do 10 days lodge-to-lodge, please join us. Still have a few spaces left. Please contact me. It will be a trip you wont forget! #AnnapurnaTrail #Children #Himalayas #Women
While in Kathmandu last month I had the privilege of spending time with Indira Ranamagar. She is a remarkable woman who received the 2014 World’s Children Prize Honorary Award for her 20 year struggle for children of prisoners in Nepal. Prisoners Assistance Nepal (PA) was started as a grassroots organization in 2000 and extends a variety of support programs that include prison welfare visits, housing for rescued children, and aid for struggling families in communities across
I am featured in this new Fem Worldview Magazine, which is a publication showcasing women from around the world. Fem Worldview is a global journey brought to its readers through exquisite imagery and powerful journalism with no-holds barred presentation. It is a publication that is embodied with integrity, consciousness, research, education and humor. Maggie Gray, the editor, feels it is essential we recognize women journalists in war zones and politically hostile environment
Rwanda is very dear to my heart. Located in central Africa it is known as “the land of a thousand hills.” It has beautiful topography and even more beautiful people. On April 7th, 1994 a tragic and brutal genocide took place on its soil. In 100 days almost one million people were slaughtered. The people of Rwanda now bear many scars, both physical and emotional. In 2010 I visited Rwanda with a genocide foundation AegisTrust. They have been very active in Rwanda for many yea