Gary Chapman believes that everyone has a story and it needs to be told. He specializes in capturing moments that help NGOs and Nonprofits create awareness, express their vision and build their community with his honest photo journalistic style. He has worked in more than 70 countries over last 23 years for reputed brands like Delta,World Vision, Atlanta Mission, National Geographic publications, National Geographic TV and TOMS Shoes to name a few.
I first featured Gary in 5 Photographers Whose Work Shows The Power Of Visual Storytelling because I admire his work in the genre of humanitarian photography and think of him as a role model for other aspiring photographers including myself. Hence I was elated when Gary agreed to do a guest article on my blog. Here are his responses produced verbatim to my questions:
Q: You help several NGOs and Nonprofits build their visual communication for specific campaigns. How do you prepare for such an assignment? Can you talk about this in context of a tough assignment you did.
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