Speaking with PhotoWings, photographer Rozarii Lynch explains her work in with people with albinism in Africa as well as her strategies for approaching people who are her subjects and the power of photography.
Collaborations for Cause, hosted May 4th & 5th 2012 by the Blue Earth Alliance, was a retreat for communications professionals who want and need to use emerging new media outlets to build strong, lasting bridges among creative multimedia storytellers, non-profits, socially responsible corporations and supporting communities.
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Rozarii is a Seattle based freelance photographer. Born in Ireland, Rozarii‘s passion for travel and world culture has taken her around the globe. Since graduating from Seattle Art Institute in 2002 Rozarii’s photography has been widely published. In 2005 Rozarii founded a photography forum called Decent Exposure with the aim of enabling aspiring photographers to develop their art.
Rozarii’s travel photographs have been exhibited at Benaroya and McCaw Hall, and, at her studio in Seattle where she participated regularly in the city’s monthly Art Walk. Rozarii‘s current project is “Life in Peril: Tanzanian Albino People.”
(bio from Blue Earth Alliance)