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Social Media: Everyday Everywhere

This is the third article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here.   OK, I will be blowing my own trumpet here. Then again, it’s exactly

Social Media: Everyday Everywhere

This is the third article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here.   OK, I will be blowing my own trumpet here. Then again, it’s exactly

Cross-cultural Visual Dialogue

To commemorate the first anniversary of the annexation of Crimea, last week Everyday Eastern Europe took over EchoSight instagram account, presenting a series of montages made from images by Russian and Ukrainian photographers. As always, for me, the response to

Cross-cultural Visual Dialogue

To commemorate the first anniversary of the annexation of Crimea, last week Everyday Eastern Europe took over EchoSight instagram account, presenting a series of montages made from images by Russian and Ukrainian photographers. As always, for me, the response to

Everyday Everywhere at Slideluck San Francisco

As the Everyday Everywhere website went live earlier this week, we learned that the clip that I put together to represent all everyday projects has been selected for Slideluck San Francisco V and will be shown at Heron Arts this

Everyday Everywhere at Slideluck San Francisco

As the Everyday Everywhere website went live earlier this week, we learned that the clip that I put together to represent all everyday projects has been selected for Slideluck San Francisco V and will be shown at Heron Arts this

Everyday Eastern Europe

I was instantly inspired by Everyday Africa project that pushed the boundaries of mobile photography to draw a complex and unusually bright image of daily life in Africa. It was set up to challenge stereotypical representation of the continent in the

Everyday Eastern Europe

I was instantly inspired by Everyday Africa project that pushed the boundaries of mobile photography to draw a complex and unusually bright image of daily life in Africa. It was set up to challenge stereotypical representation of the continent in the