Gliding along the Danube, by Camilla de Maffei

“Sailing along the flavors of the Danube” is a project of Travelling Balkans* in collaboration with Slow Food International* which has as its goal the enhancement of the unique food and wine and… Continue reading

The Cookstove Films Project by Rodney Rascona

INDIA, KENYA, GUATEMALA, PERU, … … Rodney, Russ, Scott, Chuck, Kendall, Phil, Michael, … … & more than 3 billion people breathing nasty smoke. Over a million homes still cook with traditional stove… Continue reading

Camilla de Maffei: Nomination for Prix Pictet 2012

Camilla has been nominated for the Prix Pictet 2012 for her work The Visible Mountain: The Power of Memory, Sarajevo. The subject for this year is POWER… read more about it here

Joseph Hunwick’s Book: The Hidden Treasures of Timbuktu

“For centuries, camel caravans made epic journeys across the Sahara to reach the legendary city of Timbuktu, where they traded salt, gold, slaves, textiles and books.  The astonishing manuscripts of Timbuktu reveal great… Continue reading

Joseph Hunwick in Kenya for FAFA

The Festival for African Fashion and Arts (FAFA) was set-up in 2008 during the post-election violence, which took place in Kenya. As many countries throughout the region continue to know human rights abuse,… Continue reading

Lucía Herrero for Time’s Magazine

The TIME Magazine commissioned and published Lucía Herrero’s “Moors and Christians” photographs in 2011 as part of The Travels Through Islam photo essay which is the 5th installment in a five-part series from TIME… Continue reading

Tribes: Lucía Herrero

Photographer Lucía Herrero has been having exhibitions with her work “Tribes” at: Tagomago Gallery on March & April 2011. Rencontres d’Arles Festival 2010 SCAN Tarragona Image Center in Mexico City . . .… Continue reading

Rodney Rascona: Mayan Relief Foundation

“Father and daughter together at sunrise” Roberto and Elizabeth, Mayan Family, Rubel Chaj-Guatemala Rodney spent the past week in the highlands of Guatemala to raise awareness of Mayan women and their families, who endure cooking… Continue reading

Rascona’s February Updates

Rascona is travelling the world. He is now in Guatemala for The Paradigm Project. Over a million homes still cook with traditional stove methods back to their mayan culture – and like women everywhere,… Continue reading

Rascona’s Year End Update

Rodney has traveled to The Horn of Africa to create a series of portraits to help raise awareness and to help The Paradigm Project and Food For the Hungry to play their part in response to… Continue reading

Rascona’s Award

Stop by to read Press Release #1 about Rodney Rascona’s nomination by the judges of the International Photography Awards (IPA) and the LUCIE Foundation in New York. His work The Pink Door Photographs… Continue reading