Posts by: Alessandra McAllister

Touching Portraits of Disabled Russian Orphans Taken by Ten Photographers

Anastasia RudenkoAnastasia Rudenko, Nelidovo Rehab Center

Life in Motion reveals a side to Russia’s orphanages less reported. The project, led by photographer Ed Kashi, was the incentive of the NGO Happy Families, whose aim it was to utilize images taken by ten photography graduates to raise awareness towards the need for public access for the disabled in Russia, as well as the potential for an accessible adoption system.

Jooney Woodward Captures the Spirit of Wales’ Agricultural Shows


London-based photographer Jooney Woodward’s affinity for diverse landscapes and the open road has drawn her to Wales for the last 10 years. With rugged landscapes and a multitudinous sheep population, the country of the ancient Britons offers itself as a geographical treasure chest for the photographer. Wandering from one village to the next, Woodward captures many a singular personality to be found at community events. She also reveals Wales’ less considered landscapes beyond epic views of snowy peaks and deep-set valleys.

Photos Hint at the Violence that Ravages Modern Day Mexico


After years of documenting people dying and towns being shredded to pieces at the hands of los narcos, photojournalist Mauricio Palos became aware of himself as a “tourist of violence.” He was led to reassess how he wanted to explore Mexico, distancing himself from direct violence while recognizing that violence has been, and continues to be, inherent in the make-up of the nation. By capturing the social inlays carved by its violent history, Palos hopes to make sense of the transitions that Mexico is experiencing as a country in the 21st century.

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