Saturday, November 26, 2011

A Shining Past Student

One of Shoot Cameras Not Guns' first students and good friends (before we were even called Shoot Cameras Not Guns, actually) has really become an amazing photographer. His work is beautiful and intimate and best of all, he lives in the area he shoots. He understands the people and therefore can gain trust and access with some very interesting and significant cultures.

Hong Sar primarily documents the lives of migrant workers along the Thai/Burma (Myanmar) border. YOU CAN SEE HIS WORK HERE

And here are some of my recent favorites. If you need a photographer in Southeast Asia, make sure to hire him. Keep documenting, Hong Sar!




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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Article in Breckenridge Magazine

Check out Kate Lapides's article in Breckenridge Magazine about Shoot Cameras Not Guns and philanthropy in Summit County, Colorado. Thanks, Kate!

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Summit High Fundraiser



The Interact Club and Leadership Club at Summit High School in Frisco, Colorado teamed up to put on this DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT fundraiser for Shoot Cameras Not Guns!

It was awesome to see these kids rally together to raise money to support the cause!
Thanks Summit High students!

Prizes were given out for best team and individual costume.








The winning team!

Sunday, May 1, 2011

More Graphic Design


Here's a collage of some photos from Kenya with the new logo.
This piece will go out to all contributors to the Kenya trip.
They will also receive sweet Shoot Cameras Not Guns die-cut stickers!
To get one, donate $10 or more to the project!

New Logo!


Shoot Cameras Not Guns has a new logo! Check it out!

This design will probably be simplified in the future, but we're super excited to have a working logo that pretty much explains what we do.

This is a photo I took of my first manual camera, a sweet old metal-bodied Nikon 35mm film camera that I took many awesome photos with! www.DianaSabreen.com
These days it doesn't get out much, but it's where it all started.
The gun crosshairs obviously represent, well, shooting cameras. Not guns.

Monday, February 28, 2011

New Kenya Video!


I made this video to apply for the "smART power" art grant. It's a quick overview of our experiences there. Enjoy!

Friday, February 4, 2011