The book documents traditional life in Mayan and Garifuna communities in southern Belize. The photographer lived in three villages during January, 2007. He donated photos used in this book to EcoLogic Development Fund to help further EcoLogic's conservation programs in the villages and rainforest of southern Belize.
Recently, in an historic ruling, the Belize Supreme Court recognized the traditional land rights of these indigenous communities, barring unauthorized oil exploration and land development on their pristine land.
Todd Shapera is a sensitive, versatile, and worldy photographer. He documents humble life in remote locations, as well as special weddings and celebrations closer to home. Todd's work has appeared in The New York Times, Financial Times, National Geographic Adventure, Destination Weddings, World Bank and U.N. publications, among many others. His clients have included Clinton Foundation, Ford Foundation, EcoLogic Development Fund, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Omega Institute. In profiling his work, Professional Photographer magazine stated, "Todd Shapera captures the inner beauty and resilience of individuals just about everywhere on earth." email: Todds@cloud9.net
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