The rise of AI-generated content has sparked concerns that the human touch in storytelling may be lost. However, AI can be a powerful tool in our ability to communicate better, more dynamic and impactful stories. Despite the benefits of AI, the importance of human connection and empathy cannot be replaced, and it is crucial for storytellers to build meaningful relationships with those affected by crises to incorporate the human element in their storytelling.
My name is Yurii. I am Ukrainian, and I am proud. I used to be shy to say that I am Ukrainian, but not anymore. Now I am honoured to be a part of this vast, brave community fighting for freedom, a society that does not want to be enslaved.
Do the people you have around you make your life better? I was on assignment in Malawi and was instantly captivated by this special bond between these girls. I'm generally not a guy who makes friends easily, especially really close friends. So I think that is partly what attracted me to make this image. Seeing... Continue Reading →
It still blows my mind that a scene as spectacular and beautiful can be considered normal while trekking in the Himalayas. We spent countless hours walking the narrow, well-worn paths, with views like this constantly surrounding us. Nepal has so much BEAUTY and trekking the Himalayas had to be on your bucket list! ... Continue Reading →
A picture paints a thousand words. I love this photo of these young boys in Bukavu, DRC. This boy seems so serious, but his friend looking over his shoulder has such a cheeky look on his face! What story does this image say to you? View on Instagram https://instagr.am/p/CM1ZL84nPfI/
Dr. Elody - all smiles until her patient arrives when she switches into doctor mode! As one of our ambassadors for @kitoko_oyo, we got to spend time with her in the hospital in Chahi, in the DRC. She is warm and friendly and well-liked both by the patients and staff around her. It was... Continue Reading →
This is Janet, the 83 year old Matriarch of the family we stayed with in the small village of Qaracop in Georgia. Despite her age and her failing eyesight there is very little that goes on in her home or the village around her that she doesn't know about. Every aspect of her families rug... Continue Reading →
I don't think it's possible to trek in the Himalayas of Nepal without getting at least one photo of these beautiful prayer flags! The early morning sun had just peaked over the mountains and made the scene even more beautiful! Nepal, I hope I can come back again soon! Thanks to @johndavidsonco for... Continue Reading →
On this hot summer day I really enjoyed this peaceful village scene. I remember having time to just wander aimlessly through this village in Malawi. I was on assignment with @extendinghope helping to visually share the stories of the work they are doing in this village. With a medical clinic, school, and agricultural training, they... Continue Reading →