As the holidays approach, I thought I’d put together a top ten wish list that I think photographers, tech geeks and world travelers will appreciate. And of course, I’d be happy to receive any of these myself (ahem, loved ones!)… Lume Cube – This is a genius little box of light that can be… Continue reading Top 10 Wish List – Holiday gifts for photographers, tech geeks and travelers
As the crisis unfolds in Aleppo, the world is able to watch events in real-time on social media. The images and videos being shared by besieged residents have been powerful and heartbreaking, but all most of us can do is watch in horror, seemingly a world away. Among the graphics being shared are maps detailing… Continue reading Mapping Syria – how Aleppo is seen from above
After our latest video for the International Rescue Committee, ‘We all have Dreams’, was released on December 10th for Human Rights Day, I wanted to share some behind the scenes photos from our shoot in Greece. The photos and video for the project were shot on a black background inside the Kara Tepe camp in Mytilene,… Continue reading Behind the scenes of ‘We All Have Dreams’
Check out our most recent newsletter with lots of good storytelling links that we dove into here.
In our post last Wednesday we talked about the tech industry’s response to the refugee crisis. While many of these initiatives have made headlines, not everyone is sold on the solutions. Today we wanted to explore some of these issues. Last month the UNHCR published an article entitled, “Is your app the best way… Continue reading Refugees and tech – what works and what doesn’t?