The power of imaging is never more apparent than when it is used to help those in need.
The Imaging Alliance is proud to salute three professional photographers and one student photographer who have used their talents and passions to give back and heighten awareness through the power of imaging.
The 3rd annual event will feature presentations by honorees Brooke Shaden, Stephanie Sinclair and Jerry Ghionis followed by a short Q&A from the audience. After the theatre portion of the evening, all in attendance will be invited to the networking cocktail reception in the lobby.
In addition, one SVA student who has demonstrated their use of photography to educate and create awareness will be awarded the Anthony M. Ruotolo Photojournalism Award.
Registration is Required and Tickets are $25 each (proceeds will go to charity)
Please note that space is limited so reserve your seat today!
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For all event information and sponsorship opportunities, please contact
Michelle Tramantano at firstname.lastname@example.org
Brooke Shaden- The Light Space
Brooke Shaden is a partner in The Light Space. The mission is to work with survivors of human trafficking by organizing educational programs to promote healing and self-worth. Shaden uses photography as a tool for empowerment and self-expression and is devoted to bringing practical photography skills to take into the workplace, and real world experience in photography as a career for the survivors of gender based violence.
Stephanie Sinclair- Too Young to Wed
Too Young to Wed provides visual evidence of the human rights challenges faced by women and girls around the world. The mission is to amplify courageous voices and build a global community dedicated to ending child and forced marriages, and support positive change for these girls. For the last decade, Sinclair has dedicated her life to inspiring change through imaging.
Jerry Ghionis- The Soul Society
Jerry Ghionis is widely celebrated as being among the top five best wedding photographers in the world, and emerged as one of the most influential photographers of the 21st century. Jerry created The Soul Society, a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to caring for poor, homeless, and orphan children in third world countries. Ghionis is committed to making a positive difference in these children’s lives and creating awareness to foster the cause.