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Seabourn Partners with Photographer Geoff Steven to Photograph UNESCO World Heritage Sites

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Have you heard? We’re partnering with Geoff Steven, director of the Our Place World Heritage Collection, an official partner of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre. Through the partnership, Steven will capture images of less photographed World Heritage Sites at destinations where Seabourn ships visit!

Meet David: Doing Good is Just a Way of Life for This Photographer

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David Moss’s work as a Taproot pro bono consultant started in 2012, and since then, he’s worked on four Taproot projects as a photographer. But his commitment to giving back started well before that. In fact, that ethic for giving back has made a huge impact on David and his wife’s life together.

“When we were in our late twenties, my wife and I were looking for work that was more meaningful than our 9-to-5 jobs in New York City. We did something crazy – quit our jobs and spent a year working as volunteers with a non-profit refugee resettlement organization in Georgia.”

Ready, Set, Create: Gearing up for AYV Summit 2013

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Our third international Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) Summit kicks off on August 12, bringing teens and educators from 23 countries worldwide together in Santa Clara, California, to celebrate creative thinking and harness their digital media skills for positive social change.

Change Your Hair, Change the World: PCI-Media Impact Holds Fundraiser at Aaron Emanuel Salon for Ending Violence Against Women in Liberia

Hair salon donates all proceeds from day's services to photographic storytelling project
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NEW YORK, April, 22 2013 /3BL Media/ — On Sunday, April 28 PCI-Media Impact will hold a fundraiser at the Aaron Emanuel Salon to raise money for their ongoing Liberia Photovoice project, which, seeks to empower survivors of sexual violence in the country’s capital city. From 9am to 6:30pm, Aaron Emanuel, located at 307 E 77th St, New York City will donate all proceeds from blowout services to support the next phase of the project.

Cotton Made in Africa: Exhibit Returns to Benin

Watson Photographs Find Their Way to Western Africa
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The exhibit “Albert Watson: Visions feat. Cotton made in Africa” returns to its country of origin in two ways: a selection from the heart of the show – the portraits of the Cotton made in Africa smallholder farmers – is currently on display in public spaces in Cotonou as part of the Biennale Regard Benin. Additionally, the models were presented with their portraits, which had already been shown in the House of Photography/Deichtorhallen Hamburg.

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The exhibit “Albert Watson: Visions feat. Cotton made in Africa” returns to its country of origin in two ways: a selection from the heart of the show – the portraits of the Cotton made in Africa smallholder farmers – is currently on display in public spaces in Cotonou as part of the Biennale Regard Benin. Additionally, the models were presented with their portraits, which had already been shown in the House of Photography/Deichtorhallen Hamburg.

Chrysler Group Showcases Employee Artistry in 2013 Calendar Contest

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  • Company employees, contractors and interns submitted photography for inclusion in 2013 calendar
  • Images selected based on illustrating Chrysler Group's journey of discovery, challenge and continuous improvement
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  • Company employees, contractors and interns submitted photography for inclusion in 2013 calendar
  • Images selected based on illustrating Chrysler Group's journey of discovery, challenge and continuous improvement

Benin Smallholder Farmers Rub Shoulders with International Stars

Albert Watson: Visions featuring Cotton made in Africa exhibition opens
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Last Friday, September 14th, the Deichtorhallen Hamburg opened the Albert Watson: Visions feat. Cotton made in Africa exhibition in the House of Photography. At its heart are 36 large format photographs taken in Benin that portray the smallholder farmers who work with the Cotton made in Africa initiative and their living environment. The show also includes numerous other photographs taken by legendary photographer Albert Watson of such reknown stars as Mick Jagger, Kate Moss and Clint Eastwood. 

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Last Friday, September 14th, the Deichtorhallen Hamburg opened the Albert Watson: Visions feat. Cotton made in Africa exhibition in the House of Photography. At its heart are 36 large format photographs taken in Benin that portray the smallholder farmers who work with the Cotton made in Africa initiative and their living environment. The show also includes numerous other photographs taken by legendary photographer Albert Watson of such reknown stars as Mick Jagger, Kate Moss and Clint Eastwood. 

International Center of Photography Fellows Capture Images of Global Caring in Partnership with Johnson & Johnson

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Johnson & Johnson sponsors a fellowship program with the International Center of Photography (ICP) that gives promising photographers the chance to capture images of our various Corporate Social Responsibility Programs worldwide. Read more about an exhibit at the Zimmerli Art Museum that documents the people that are at the heart of our global giving on our company blog.

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Johnson & Johnson sponsors a fellowship program with the International Center of Photography (ICP) that gives promising photographers the chance to capture images of our various Corporate Social Responsibility Programs worldwide. Read more about an exhibit at the Zimmerli Art Museum that documents the people that are at the heart of our global giving on our company blog.

GRI extends Sustainability Image Competition to June 30th. Last chance to submit your images!

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GRI's competition is offering all photographers and artists the opportunity to contribute to GRI’s visual identity and communications. The competition is open to all artists and photographers to create compelling, engaging images related to sustainability.

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GRI's competition is offering all photographers and artists the opportunity to contribute to GRI’s visual identity and communications. The competition is open to all artists and photographers to create compelling, engaging images related to sustainability.

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