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  • Jen Gurecki

    Andrew, what an incredible project. I myself did something very similar nearly a decade ago in Kenya and Nicaragua. I'm wondering how you feel about the environmental impact of using disposable cameras. I can see how the rawness gained from disposable cameras add authenticity to your work. Perhaps as the project develops over time you will be able to consider integrating sustainable practices into your work. Could be incredibly insightful for your students.