Photo, Video

2008

  • Nov 29 - Children of LOVE in Cambodia
    Cambodia - The children from LOVE’s workshop have documented their lives photographically and the issues surrounding them: their living conditions, environment, work situations, as well as their dreams for the...
  • Nov 16 - Paris, France
    Paris, France - I always look for the same thing : People.They can be poor or rich, young, old, powerful or not, what I’m looking for is elsewhere, it’s about a look, a connection, maybe just a feeling. Sometimes I wonder if it’s not myself that I try to see through these...
  • Nov 03 - pERFECT lOVE – Los Angeles
    USA (Los Angeles) - These arms of mine They are lonely, lonely and feeling blue These arms of mine They are yearning, yearning from wanting...
  • Oct 29 - One Day at the River
    Laos - Anyone, regardless of means, can enjoy simple play like these children enjoying a day at the...
  • Oct 28 - Angel of El Salvador
    El Salvador - Angel was so happy with his new shirt and hat that he was finally willing to pose for a picture. I posted him before the same wall as 3,5 years...
  • Oct 20 - Water Boys of Argentina
  • Oct 13 - Portrait of a Cambodian Woman
  • Sep 29 - Vietnam, street photography
  • Sep 22 - This Family, photo essay
    Guatemala - I am moved and heavily influenced by the act of survival and the various forms it takes, particularly in how it manifests in daily life, whether it is obviously visible or not. This series began as a question to myself of what survival looks like, and my hope is that it serves as a tribute to one family of many, and their unconditional spirit and love that get them through each...
  • Sep 09 - Street Kids in Vietnam
    Vietnam - I decided to do a project focusing on this social problem while travelling from Hanoi to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). It was a two month trip and I encountered many different places and sites where the problem is...
  • Sep 02 - People of the Klein Karoo
    South Africa - The full series (of which this is just a part), "People Of The Klein Karoo," took over 3 years to complete. All the photos were taken right next door to where Jill lived, near the little town of De Rust in the Western Cape of South Africa. Most of the people in the series are farm workers and their families on Rooi Rivier Plaas (Red River...
  • Aug 25 - People without homes, portraits of the homeless
  • Aug 11 - Intuition, seeing people through photography
    Sweden - ...gritty...uninhibited, revealing, passionate, unpredictable, ironic, spontaneous, and a bit strange as...
  • Aug 05 - Portraits from Cambodia
  • Jul 29 - Pugilatos, a photo essay of boxers at the oldest gym in Italy
    Italy - The first and strongest impact I had when I began to attend the gym was the smell. A poignant mixture between sweat and ferormones that tends to have the same effect as the red mantel for the bull. Then you begin to evaluate such a microcosm where everybody has its own place, without any kind of division given by social status, age or...
  • Jul 21 - Cornish social club, photo essay
  • Jul 15 - Let the Children Introduce You to Nepal
  • Jul 07 - La Chureca, people and the life at the dump in Managua, Nicaragua
  • Jun 30 - Photography by children of LOVE at La Chureca, the Managua dump
    Nicaragua - Against this background of poverty, the children's photographs illustrates the dignity and sensitivity of the community and of each...
  • Jun 16 - Inside Indonesia
  • Jun 09 - Portraits of relationships from the streets of Portugal
    Portugal - Photography... it is to discover, it is to capture giving flow to what the heart feels and sees in a certain moment, it is being in the street, trying, knowing, learning and, essentially, practicing the freedom of being, of living, of...
  • Jun 02 - Faces of the world, portraits
  • May 26 - Humanity in disaster, after Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar
    Delano was in Myanmar (Burma) on assignment when Cyclone Nargis struck the country. News of the incoming cyclone was not announced on local television or radio, so most people were caught by surprise. As he weathered the storm inside the safety of his concrete hotel, he couldn't imagine how people directly in the path of the cyclone, huddled inside bamboo huts, could survive the...
  • May 19 - Overcoming hidden discrimination in Japan
    The Burakumin are a nearly invisible (yet identifiable) group of Japanese people. They are the remnant of a caste system that formally passed away long...