I came back from Greece a couple of days ago after two intense weeks producing stories for Stories of a Crisis. Maybe some of you have followed our Tumblr blog, where we tried to share a bit of what we have been working on.
Now, after a short stopover at home, the bags are packed again and in about an hour I’ll head to the airport, this time with Ghana as the destination. Together with Yann Verbeke, who is also part of our team for ‘Stories of a Crisis’, and professor Eric Jauniaux of MAF I’m there to shoot a documentary film for the World Health Organization. The documentary will be published both as a twenty-five minute piece that will get shown at conferences worldwide, as well as a five minute film for the web and to show it to world leaders. I’ll share more about it with you as soon as the film will be available to watch.
Right after Ghana, I’ll head to the Lumix Festival for young photojournalism to present HUMANS there with a small lecture and exhibition. If you are around Hanover between the 13th and 17th of June, make sure to drop by. There is some amazing work and lots of inspiration to find.
I hope to share some impressions from the trips with you on my Tumblr blog whenever I’ll find internet access. That’s for now. Stay tuned!