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A first look at our new campaign—watch the full short film now in IGTV. Shot entirely on film by a few of our favorite storytellers.
“I discovered that people still wanted to get close to these stories about humanity even in a time when it seemed that technology was creating a wider gap of personal connection.” Earlier this year we met @ruffdraft—an Oakland, CA-based photographer who combines portraiture and social media to build understanding, empathy, and connection. As part of our December Stories series, we asked Brandon to share what drives his work and what set him on his current path. Read more in today’s Story and at blog.onabags.com.
“The moment the cameras touched their hands I could feel their excitement radiating around the classroom.” Last year we partnered with our friends at @100cameras to help scale their photography educational programming, and invited the ONA community to apply to learn and teach their curriculum. Today on the ONA blog, @brookeholm shares her experience teaching a 100cameras “Snapshot Project” with a school in the Bronx this past spring. Read more at the link in our profile.
We end every year with the December Stories, a series of first-hand accounts of the ONA community’s work to leverage creativity for good. For this year’s first story, @danielcwhite—humanitarian photographer and a long-time friend-of-ONA—shares about his time with @food4thehungry in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, one of the world’s largest refugee camps. Link in today’s Story and at blog.onabags.com. #whereONAgoes // 📷: @nihab_rahman