south sudan | seed effect
i shot this image a few years ago in beirut, lebanon.
it is a simple a detail of a wall, but for me it says a whole lot more.
the middle east is full of faceless, nameless people. the forgotten.
but it’s not just this part of the world that the forgotten call home…
which brings me to my point; Elle and i have been invited by Seed Effect to use our photography to help give faces and names to the forgotten in South Sudan, Africa.
we are giving our time and talents to Seed Effect because we believe in what they are doing, and we want to keep as much money in the hands of the Sudanese people as possible.
because of this, Elle and i are raising support to help pay for our travel expenses.
if you appreciate what Seed Effect does, and what we will be doing for them, please consider supporting our efforts with a tax deductible donation.
we also are holding a pre-sale for the Africa prints we’ll produce after the trip to benefit Seed Effect.
the proceeds from the print pre-sale will help with our out of pocket expenses, and will also go towards Seed Effect’s general fund.
visit the link below for more information.
please consider helping Seed Effect bring us along in january to give greater exposure to their cause through photography.
and please check back regularly throughout the weeks and months to come to follow along with us on our journey!