Some of you may not know that my work as a photographer extends beyond beautiful weddings and beautiful people such as yourself (I know, how could it get any better?!). At the core of my passion I am a photojournalist, I tell visual stories and I believe we can all improve the lives of others with whatever you do with yourself. I take photos; to make memories, to document, and to make a change.
Earlier in the year I travelled to Cambodia with JC Denim Co as the team photojournalist. We were there to film this mini documentary. It would mean so much to me if you could spare a few minutes to watch it. Purchasing a pair of JC Denim Co Jeans is truly changing the lives of young Cambodian women, as this film will show you.
If you’d like to purchase a pair, you can do so at www.jcdenimco.com ((I’ve already bought one of each style! I seriously love them!))
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In addition, musician David Baker (no relation!), who travelled with our team has released a song in direct response to his experiences in Cambodia and the state of the sex trafficking industry. The song is titled “We Cry” and is available on iTunes, with all proceeds going directly to the JC Denim Project.