“A person’s work is nothing but a long journey to recover, through the detours of art, the two or three simple and great images which first gained access to their hearts.” ~Albert Camus

06 June 2010

Featured NGO Work: ChildFund Ecuador

Caroline specializes in humanitarian photojournalism, with a focus on documenting the development and conservation work of NGOs in Latin America and worldwide.

I strive for a balance in my work that is both grounded in ethical photojournalism and inspires a call to action through high-impact visual storytelling founded in truth and dignity of the people represented. I seek not only to inform and reveal important stories that may otherwise go untold, but also to reveal our commonalities as human beings, despite geographical location or situation in this world that we share…to spark empathy and the desire to become involved and take action.

ChildFund International is inspired and driven by the potential that is inherent in all children; the potential not only to survive but to thrive, to become leaders who bring positive change for those around them. ChildFund works in 31 countries, assisting approximately 15.2 million children and their family members, regardless of race, creed or gender. Their distinctive approach focuses on working with children throughout their journey from birth to young adulthood, as well as with families, local organizations and communities globally to create the environments children need to thrive.