A Day's Work. By Anderson, Age 14

A Day's Work. By Anderson, Age 14


Anderson is from La Boquilla, and he’s family-first. He is cool and collected on the outside, but shows his vulnerable side once he gets to know you. He wants to be an artist or photographer when he grows up. He knows he wants to move from La Boquilla, and he wants to take his family with him and help them to live a better life. He wants them to have everything they need. He wants everyone who reads this to make sure that their parents and family do the same. Anderson has one wish for you: that you always work to bring your family forward, toward success.


100cameras partnered with the Colombian Pediatrician Society to work alongside a local school in Marlinda to teach 25 kids how to process and tell their stories. Located just outside of Cartagena, one of the highest tourist destinations in South America, this community has survived the effects of a decades long battle with violence from both the drug war and the guerrillas along with a scarcity of resources and economic opportunity due to a lack of government presence among other factors.

It is evident that these kids have a deep love for their culture and community along with a yearning to learn. Our mission is empowering them to dive into that truth through guiding them to explore their past, present, and future through the powerful outlet of visual storytelling.

For more than half of the year, these incredible kids must function in classrooms with 90+ degrees of captured heat which directly affects their ability to focus, learn, and thrive in their education.

Purchase any image, and 100% of the proceeds will empower them to change this reality for themselves.

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