A web of support. How people using technology to self-organize and take action after disasters is becoming commonplace.
In Mumbai, India, the poorest of the poor pay disproportionately more for their water. Men and boys from the non-institutionalized slums of Mumbai (the ones on the periphery of the city without public taps) wake at 4 AM every morning to buy water from those… Continue reading →
I left for India young, naive, and partially unprepared for the extraordinary series of events I was about to experience. My bag wasn’t packed until late the night before I left, and it didn’t hit me that I was spending three months photographing in a… Continue reading →
It’s been a long, short time since I wrote last. At the point where your life intersects completely with you work, it is quite difficult to take a moment and reflect on what you’ve accomplished. The writing in my personal journal has suffered too; only… Continue reading →