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Faces of Ethiopia

March 10th, 2014

by Liz Ream Reportage and travel photographer Evan Pantiel recently took ten days in between jobs to photograph a tribe in Ethiopia. Although Evan originally approached me with photos of the ongoing protests in Kiev, Ukraine, this self-assigned project stuck out to me as particularly stunning. Evan gave a bit of background on the images: Ethiopia has always been on my to do to visit …

The Aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan

January 7th, 2014

by Liz Ream  In early November of 2013, the Philippines got hit with it’s deadliest typhoon on record. Typhoon Haiyan, the strongest storm recorded at landfall, killed at least 6,166 people in the Philippines alone. Francisco Guerrero was commissioned by the World Health Organization (WHO), to cover the chaos that ensued following the storm. With six different galleries now up his site, Francisco let me …

Finding Hope in Burma

December 23rd, 2013

by Liz Ream “Photography has the ability to move people and strike a chord in ways that writing and video don’t.” This statement by photojournalist Jack Kurtz can’t be argued, although writing struck a chord for Jack in it’s own way seven years ago. It was 2006 in Cambodia, and inspiration came from the hand of renowned author George Orwell in his book “Burmese Days.” …

A League of Its Own

November 25th, 2013

by Liz Ream In 2011, the NBA experienced it’s fourth lockout in history, which lasted for 161 days. The season was cut from 82 to 66 games, and during this time players had no access to NBA team facilities, trainers or staff. Meanwhile, many players participated in summer leagues to stay in shape. Being an avid basketball fan, Jared Soares became interested in the culture …

Hong Kong: City of Contrasts

October 15th, 2013

by Liz Ream Home to over seven million people, Hong Kong is one of the world’s wealthiest cities. However, despite the surging number of millionaires, many don’t realize that 20% of these seven million inhabitants are living below the poverty line. Not far from the massive shopping centers with their luxury brands, cars and billboards, hundreds of thousands of people live with a single kitchen …

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