The primary focus of Project Exposure is to create an opportunity for non-profits and photographers to collaborate on projects worldwide.
To achieve this, we rely on community and corporate funding to facilitate this essential connection between the work of international NGO's and professional photography. The funds that we receive are given as grants to non profits who in turn use the funds to offset travel expenses for photographers willing to work pro-bono documenting the work of the NGO outside the United States. By harnessing the power of photography and photographers we can raise awareness of the work of the non-profit, the talents of the photographer and the mission of Project Exposure as well as give rise to a self sustaining collaboration between the photographer and the nonprofit. In addition, Project Exposure funds and creates public outreach programs featuring the work of our photographers as well photographers who are working in the spirit of our mission.
Photographer Tim Ryan created Project Exposure from his own first hand experiences working internationally for non profit organizations. For more information please contact Tim Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org.