Rwandan's walk everywhere with everything on their heads. Living on less than a dollar a day subsistence farming. They often walk miles to market. The well tended family farm plots and the astonishing lack of trash (plastic bags are illegal in Rwanda) create a beautiful back drop for those walking with incredible head gear. Wonderful portrait for children to learn and talk about other cultures.
Daisy Carlson, a photographer and filmmaker, is better known as the designer and CEO for Daisy Arts Inc., founded in 1991, when in the midst of a documentary on craftspeople in Italy, she designed a line for a cooperative of handicapped adults. Once struggling to maintain their autonomy they now have a thriving business. Her popular designs gained International notoriety and were sold worldwide. Daisy has developed branded product and marketing strategies for museums, department stores and several International organizations. On sabbatical in Africa she found herself behind the lens where her first career started. Currently she is reporting on and consulting with aid projects around the world. With 20 years experience in product design, marketing and International business management she is a prime advocate and consultant for small business development for the poorest of poor. Her interest in Africa and finding effective solutions for a sustainable future without hunger lead her way.
Alphabet Safari Published August 25, 2009
Esalen Garden Permaculture Program 2009 by Daisy Carlson Published August 07, 2009
Coming Together Published July 27, 2009
San Francisco Published December 15, 2008
Golden Hearts Published July 30, 2008
Maasai Published July 30, 2008
Mountain Gorillas of Rwanda Published July 29, 2008
By Grace Children Published July 29, 2008