The ADA image project

This project is a brainchild of disabled activist, attorney and photographer Mary Lou Mobley, and is advertised online as “A photographic celebration of the profound changes and personal connections made possible by the Americans with Disabilities Act.” It sets out to collect images that document changes brought about by the ADA. Continue reading “The ADA image project”

Palestinian war correspondents: Moamen Qreiqea and Osama Silwadi

A couple of inspirational photographers came to light whilst looking up disabled photographers. The first is Moamen Qreiqea, 25, a photographer who lost both his legs in an Israeli air strike in 2008 while taking pictures east of Gaza. Continue reading “Palestinian war correspondents: Moamen Qreiqea and Osama Silwadi”

Anne Geddes, Protecting Our Tomorrows: Portraits of Meningococcal Disease

One emotion that unites all of us as parents is the instinctive drive to ensure that our children are safe and protected. In allowing them to grow and flourish, we protect the future of our world.”

Geddes is foremost a photographer of children, especially infants, under very soft ethereal lighting. Continue reading “Anne Geddes, Protecting Our Tomorrows: Portraits of Meningococcal Disease”