Through our Snapshot Project platform, we are currently training 13 passionate individuals to teach kids in communities they care about. From a high schooler leading some of her photography club members to travel and work with Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh to a retired local surgeon utilizing her love of photography to give kids a platform to process their stories in the midst of a confusing time in Venezuela to a Mom and her two teenage girls that just completed a trek to reach the Q'eros tribe high in the mountains of Peru, I am convinced that each Snapshot Project leader represents the most incredible threads that are found in humanity across our great earth. These examples represent just a few of our adventurous leaders and their stories, and we're excited to begin introducing each leader to you over the next many weeks on our social channels.  

Over the next 9 months, you can find us here: 



In 2018, we are planning to work with 20 communities in total, with incredible thanks to our friends at ONA Bags for sponsoring more than half of these programs. As we gear up for truly our biggest year yet, we need your help. We invite you to consider supporting our mission to work with kids around the world who have had traumatic experiences and teach them to tell their stories through photography in a way that impacts how they view themselves and their role in their community.

I am consistently inspired by our students and am constantly in awe of their perseverance, hard work, and dedication to hope in spite of extremely difficult circumstances in life. I truly believe in our custom curriculum as a powerful tool to provide a clearing where kids can process and tell the stories of their past, present, and future through photography with no judgment or expectations. 

It is with great joy and anticipation for all to come that I thank you for your ongoing support!

- Angela F Popplewell, Co-founder, CEO

Sneak peak from our Snapshot Project in the mountaintops of Peru that is coming soon!

Sneak peak from our Snapshot Project in the mountaintops of Peru that is coming soon!

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