a journey with the children of the world
by mick & ingrid yates
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About the Book
In 1999 we were lucky enough to find a way to help, via a school building and teacher training program started by Save the Children. From the early pilots, this is now a vibrant program covering hundreds of schools and thousands of children.
Our personal journey led us to other countries, meeting hundreds of children, many of whom are pictured in this book. We are pleased to donate proceeds of this book to Save the Children.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Arts & Photography Books
Project Option: Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
# of Pages: 96
- Publish Date: Oct 04, 2008
- Language English
- Keywords Save the Children, South Africa, development, Education, Nikon, Mozambique, Malawi, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Cambodia
My best pictures tell an unfinished story, with a sense of place or personality – questions of who, what, where, when. A moment in people’s lives that makes the viewer think. My photography tries to find this story. Or more correctly, it’s about conveying a portion of the story, a moment in people’s lives that makes us ask questions about who they are, what they’re doing, what they’re thinking, and how they ended up in the photo. The photographer’s craft includes both narration (the story) and curation (the moment the image is taken). Currently taking an MA Photography, at Falmouth University. My day job is a Board level consultant on the ethical and leadership implications of Big Data technology. Visiting Professor at the University of Leeds.