Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I have had an interesting photography journey thus far! Thank you Watsemba Mirriam and Otim Patrick for the critical eyes and satirical reflections on some of the photos I have taken – all of which have enabled me to look at the world in an entirely different way. That said, I have contributed to Refugee Law Project’s photo gallery with my ‘raw’ photos which professional photographers refer to as ‘amateur’, but I brand them as ‘organic photos’ since they contain no artificial additives.
For those who missed out on my photos shared via social media and/or struggle with the constant bustle and alerts of the new media, worry no more – the Photo Gallery on RLP’s website is up and running with carefully selected and stunning photos. For now, photos from the following events await your views, downloads, and shares;
- UN Day Against Torture – June 2019
- International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict – June 2019
- Psycho-medical and Legal Aid Clinic – June 2019
- Project Launch “Securing Refugee-Host Relations in northern Uganda through Enhanced Protection – SRHR-EP” – July 2019
Periodically, I will be sharing action photos of major activities and events from our Access to Justice, Climate Change & Forced Migration, Gender & Sexuality, Media for Social Change, Mental Health & Psychosocial Wellbeing, and Conflict, Transitional Justice & Governance work.
I’m more than happy to respond to your questions concerning the photos herein, events during which they were taken, and/or my photography journey in general. Also, do not hesitate to contact RLP administrator via email or directly to me for high resolution copies should you require one.
Looking forward to your tags in the usage of the photos as well as your critiques and guidance. Again, thank you for your continued support.