FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD

For the

PUBLIC GOOD

pro bono, paid, trade, and personal projects

I believe in the idea that we can all vote everyday through the dedication of time, energy, and ideas. As such, I often photograph events and programs for select local causes that I care about.

I’ve previously worked with or volunteered for the following groups:   + SCARF (Strategic Community Assistance for Refugee Families)   + Hidden Harvest   + Forever Projects   + Moving Mountains Gallery   + Office of Environment and Heritage   + Plastic Free Wollongong   + Recycle Yo Ride   + Project Purpose Waves 4 Water (W4W)   + Surfrider Foundation   + SC Beach Conservation   + The Youth Food Movement + Conservation Volunteers Australia   + WAMINDA – South Coast Women’s Health & Welfare Aboriginal Corporation + Coomaditchie United Aboriginal Corporation + Cape York Natural Resources Management + Firesticks

I am interested in pro bono, paid, trade, and personal projects with other local groups, specifically those associated with the below areas of particular interest. If you are involved in a cause that you think I may be supportive of, then give me a call 0431657911 or email, or fill out a contact form, and let’s talk about it!

AREAS OF PARTICULAR INTEREST:

Recognition of indigenous culture, history, land, custom, experience, disenfranchisement, subjugation, and mistreatment.

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RECOGNITION

Human rights through inclusive and humane immigration policies, legislation, and community engagement.

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HUMAN RIGHTS AND DIGNITY

Equality of vulnerable and historically mistreated populations including: women and non-binary individuals, transgender persons, immigrants, people who identify as having a physical or intellectual disability, indigenous and non-white-identifying individuals.

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EQUALITY

Environmental preservation through reduced consumeristic behaviours and mass-production, improved waste management and recycling, and increased innovation in the production of goods, food, and services.

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ENVIRONMENTAL PRESERVATION
You want to make a difference in life, you don't want to be saying just "I was there." Who cares that you were there? What did you do when you got there? - Eli Reed (Magnum Photographer)