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March 12, 2014

“Picture.Me.Here. – Storytelling Project for Refugees in Nepal”

“Picture.Me.Here is a photographic, digital storytelling program for refugees based in Denver. The project uses photography and other digital media as powerful communication tools for social engagement, community building and integration. Participants are empowered to tell their stories, explore their new surroundings, and share their resettlement experiences.” This incredible...

February 06, 2014

A Voice for the Victims of CKDu

I have reached the midway point in my campaign “The Island of Widows” but still have a big hill to climb. I need your support to reach my goal of $19,000 to fund this important project. Every contribution gets us one step closer to finding a solution to Chronic...

December 18, 2013

Helping a Fallen Freelancer

There are some iconic images that stick in our minds when we reflect on the past 11 years about Iraq. Perhaps footage of US contractors who were killed and dragged through the streets of Fallujah. Or George W. Bush ducking a flying shoe during a press conference in Baghdad....

November 12, 2013

The Homecoming Project – Expansion Campaign

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) are just two kinds of wounds US military members frequently face, often having detrimental effects on suffering veterans.  “Throughout 2010-2012 the US military lost more service members to suicide than it did to combat related deaths in Iraq and...

October 30, 2013

Inside-Outside

The Syrian Civil War has been raging since 2011, creating a refugee population of over 2 million. Fleeing their homes to escape the violence of war, these people have been seeking shelter in neighboring countries like Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, and Turkey. Striving to create a stronger public connection with...

October 29, 2013

Life in Motion

In collaboration with the International Center of Photography (ICP), NGO Happy Families, presented “Life in Motion” in a 2012 exhibition. Ed Kashi (VII) led a group of 10 students from ICP and the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography on an assignment to photograph the children at orphanages and rehabilitation centers...

September 26, 2013

Shore Soup Project

The Rockaway Rescue Alliance Shore Soup Project is a group that formed after Hurricane Sandy indiscriminately tore through the area, leaving many with destroyed homes, no power, and little access to resources. The Shore Soup Project made it their mission to increase the access to healthy food in the...

May 13, 2013

The Great Give

Photography can be more than a hobby, more than a job, even more than a passion. Photography can change lives by allowing people to tell their stories. For youth in underserved communities, having an outlet like photography to learn and explore their world, can be critical in shaping their...

Reviews for Rice

Sarah Rice is a freelance photographer based in San Francisco, California and a friend of Ed’s. As described by Ariel Zambelich, Sarah’s “documentary work is both beautiful and powerful, demonstrating her passion for social good and her empathy for people from all walks of life.” Working for a variety of newspapers...

March 25, 2013