During April I’ve had a photo exhibit running in Studio 13 Gallery in Denver’s Santa Fe Arts District. It’s called “How People Live” and is a collection of photographs from the streets and slums around the world that illuminate the diversity of people and the condition of the poor. Photos were taken in Uganda, China, Thailand, India, Brazil, Mexico, and various places in America. Most of the photos were gathered while I was on television production assignments. “How People Live” was a fundraiser for the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless and I want to thank all the people who supported this effort. I’ve posted the photos to Facebook and Flickr and wanted to share them with a broader audience. Hope you find them compelling and enlightening.
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3 thoughts on “How People Live”
Beautiful work Vicky! Have you heard of the 50 States Project? http://www.50statesproject.net/
I thought i might add to your interest about people in Brazil who I am fond of and what I am doing in response to what I see as a need also. I apreciate your work. You may be interested so have a click on this link http://www.givemeaning.com/project/hfth
Thanks so much for your nice comments on my photos and the work you are doing to help people in Brazil. It has been very rewarding for me to be able to tell the story about impoverished people and the amazing generosity of spirit that they have. I am blown away by their strength and capacity to help themselves because of the assistance of big hearted people like you. Thanks for all you do. Best, Vicky