The images were used to provide insight into who constitutes "The Other 90%", an exhibit by RedLine Gallery and International Development Enterprises in partnership with the Smithsonian Institution. The exhibition highlighted solutions being developed and implemented to reduce poverty and improve the quality of life in developing countries.
The Sundarban Islands, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, spread across India and Bangladesh, are a biodiversity hotspot that's home to bengal tigers and humans, which are both dependent on the delicate balance of the natural world. Rising sea levels driven by climate change create a precarious situation that threatens the balance of this unique environment.
These images were included in the exhibit "Water: Our Thirsty World" at The Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles. The exhibit coincided with the release of National Geographic's story on the precarious state of the world's freshwater supply and how the diminishment of this precious resource impacts communities globally.
These images are from a one man exhibition and book entitled, "Malawi, The Warm Heart of Africa", both of which were produced in partnership with the international NGO, Water For People. Malawi has an average per capita annual income of just $170 but nonetheless the people of Malawi live up to their motto.
Located in the lush jungle of the upper Amazon River basin, the Loreto region is one of the poorest and most isolated regions of Peru and it's capital, Iquitos, is the largest city in the world without road access. The people of this region live in small communities along the Amazon and Napo rivers, most of which have no running water or electricity.
These photographs and videos shot on assignment for the international NGO, Water For People, give a glimpse into the day to day life of the engaging people of the Cuchemuela region of Bolivia.