My camera gives me courage. It allows me to look at things that scare me, to speak to strangers who don’t share my language and to connect with people whose daily experiences are the opposite of my own. It guides me through difficult times in my own life and reveals the challenges that face others each day. My camera opens the door to people’s homes and it speaks on my behalf: I am here to tell your story.
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