May 12, 2010 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
Photography celebrating the beauty of genetic difference with fashion photographer Rick Guidotti. Our narrated slideshow and interview.
Former fashion photographer Rick Guidotti has been taking pictures of people with genetic differences for over a decade. His organization, Positive Exposure, celebrates “the spirit of difference” and “the joy that comes with self-acceptance.” He’s committed to changing how people with genetic conditions all over the world see themselves, and, in turn, how they’re perceived within their communities.
Photographing people with albinism has been central to Guidotti’s efforts with Positive Exposure. In recent years, he’s photographed some of these young women and men in villages in Mali and Tanzania, where the social stigma can lead to ostracization and sometimes life-threatening consequences, and in South Africa at a school for the blind.
Produced by Nancy Rosenbaum + Trent Gilliss
Photos by Rick Guidotti
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