A Celebration of Humanity
A Celebration of Humanity: with Helen Manson
Moments of Intimacy, Laughter, and Kinship: From the bustle of the biggest refugee camps to the intimacy of a newborn’s first kiss. From hospitals in remotest Africa to the gift of clean water. From newly formed disaster zones to the joy of childhood, these photos depict the moments, heartbreak, and kinship that touch us all. Let award winning humanitarian photographer and storyteller, Helen Manson, take you on a journey behind her lens and onto the front lines of some of our planet’s most challenging places. Be inspired and encouraged as she shares stories and images about some of the amazing work being done by organisations all over the globe. These powerful images celebrate our deepest emotional connections through: A Celebration of Humanity.
Helen Manson is a multi-award-winning Kiwi humanitarian photographer and storyteller, currently living and working in Uganda. Helen’s work has taken her around the world to some of the most challenging environments documenting famine, refugee settlements, post war environments, child sponsorship, micro-enterprise, trauma counselling and disaster zones. She’s travelled to more than 40 countries including places like Iraq, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lebanon, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia and India, documenting global humanitarian issues for charities and not for profit organisations all over the world. When she’s not ‘shooting in the field’ you’ll find her jumping on the trampoline in her backyard with her husband and three kids four and under in Kampala, Uganda.