9th Feb 2021 at 7:30pm - 9:45pm
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‘Humanitarian Vision’ A Presentation by Jim Holmes
Explore the extraordinary work done around the world by agencies and charities that specialise in humanitarian emergency interventions and long-term development projects. Uplifting and insightful, this presentation includes images from Afghanistan, Mongolia, Laos, Indonesia and Burma shot on assignment for Oxfam, Save the Children the United Nations and many other organisations. From rural education to basic healthcare, natural disasters and the need for clean water, this presentation illustrates the picture gathering process and lifts the lid on the needs, solutions and outcomes of the development process.
Introduction: Jim Holmes
Jim Holmes is a professional documentary photographer that has lived and worked around the world for over 30 years. Assignments have taken him to over 50 countries where he worked extensively on environmental and humanitarian projects for numerous international agencies. Making S.E. Asia his home for over 20 years he used this base to work around the region for commercial and not-for-profit clients. Jim has also worked on the visual documentation of mineral exploration (copper and gold), large river hydropower projects, as well as for well-respected travel guide and educational publishers.
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