Ora, o SENHOR disse a Abrão: Sai-te da tua terra, da tua parentela e da casa de teu pai, para a terra que eu te mostrarei.
E far-te-ei uma grande nação, e abençoar-te-ei e engrandecerei o teu nome; e tu serás uma bênção.
E abençoarei os que te abençoarem, e amaldiçoarei os que te amaldiçoarem; e em ti serão benditas todas as famílias da terra.
There is a different between practice and theory and both complement and sustain each other. The same happens with journalism, photography and visual anthropology. The main goal is to unite these three areas to visually communicate in an effective way. It's not only about photography, it's also about the previous research that culminates in a greater meaning. It's not only about anthropology but also about aesthetics and the human factor that an image can comprise. Let me do this for you.
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ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER
"Can I join your company?", "Who are the members of your team?" Even though I receive many messages like this, everything in this website and social media accounts are done for a 'team of one'. Research, captions, website layout, social media content and of course, the photography is done by a single person.
Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Ana Caroline de Lima is a journalist, post graduate in anthropology and documentary photographer, whose work is focused on the human condition. She believes that cultural and social immersion plays a crucial role in the documentary process and this lead her to live and work in communities such as the Rajasthani in India, the Quechua in Ecuador and Peru, the Bçlack Hmong in Vietnam and many indigenous communities in Brazil such as the Rikbaktsa, Yawalapiti and Xavante.
Her work has been exhibited in more than 15 countries, in places such as the Getty Museum and Oxo Tower in London.