Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Indigenous Literacy - Is Your Hand Up?

The Governor: Professor Marie Bashir AC, CVO

Natalie Barr

David Koche

Melissa Doyle

Think about the fact that if you bought one less bauble for that Christmas tree this year, and went to wallofhands.com.au, you could donate the money to a gift of literacy to indigenous children in remote areas, 4 out of 5 of whom cannot read at an acceptable level.

Michael Kennedy donated his time, energy and talent, including driving all the way to Tennant Creek (500km north of Alice Springs) to photograph children and elders in these communities. Kennedy saw first hand, that in this lucky country, there are children who lack the basic resources for gaining an education. Literacy brings hope and a brighter outlook for the future of these children.

These people have their hands up to show support for the Wall of Hands. Hands up how cares...

©2010 Michael Kennedy Photography - these images may not be used without the explicit written permission of both of the subject or the photographer.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange Project - More Images

Layers and Colour

Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange Project - More Images

Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange Project - Sneek Peek pics.

What a party, incredible Brazillian party atmosphere, bands crazy. Loving crazy Brazo party starters (comment from Kayla - and their bodies).


Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange project - capturing the faces of the party

Stay tuned - bringing the images to you from this epic event.
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