Jeremy Snell is a cinematographer and humanitarian photographer. Though originally from Hawaii, he spent much of his youth living throughout Asia. He has photographed numerous campaigns for NGOs Charity: water and International Justice Mission to help bring an end to the world water crisis and modern day slavery. Beyond his humanitarian work, he has also shot global campaigns for brands such as Apple, Facebook, WWF and Unicef. He currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.
The series we present below Boys of Volta depicts life for young boys forced to work on Lake Volta, Ghana. As well as stunningly emotive portraits, they also illustrate a harsh reality. Exclusive to Open Doors Gallery, a percentage of the proceeds from each print sale will be donated to IJM and their fight against modern slavery. We hope also to raise awareness of these issues.
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