Kids Across the World – and their mothers
It’s World Wildife Day – and when I think of places where wildlife really defines the lives of children, the Galapagos Islands immediately spring to mind.
…. that’s what the Khmer music teacher told me in his soft weary voice.
Maybe it’s because I heard that over a million Syrians have fled their country. Or maybe
TOYS WITH STORIES
It started with four or five toys I’d picked up in Africa. I would bring them to schools whenever I gave a presentation – just a few toys on a table. But these first toys weren’t ordinary: they were toys made by children. From discarded materials. Bottle caps. Telephone wire.
Lately, my own personal photographic journey has been making unusual twists and turns. I’ve gone from being an avid reader of lighting and other technical aspects of photography to devouring anything to do with …..neurobiology. A big leap. Or not. When I started to teach photojournalism to kids, I saw that the fundamental visual elements […]