WendyAnn Williams

Photography Off The Wall

40 days

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A walk with my camera

Yesterday marked the 40th day since the typhoon.  People have already accepted the fact that there are things they have no control of, that they need to let go and move on.  It’s a very difficult time, but life goes on.

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This reminded me of the boy on a pedicab with the name “Lester” painted on it.  This photo was taken at roughly the same place, but it seemed like a lifetime ago.

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The good thing that came out of this is that people got to spend more time with their neighbors, and everybody is helping each other.

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Fixing the floorboards, the walls and the roof.  Lives need to be fixed too.

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A superstar.  This one will surely shine bright when it’s done.  There’s hope amid the ruins.

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Remembering Valentino.

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A lighted candle for the dearly departed.

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Let us spend a minute of silence and pray for those who have…

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Author: wendyamw

WendyAnn Williams is an artist who uses photographs to document people, places, and communities that surround her. Her standard medium is the portrait,and works from the conviction that a portrait is a meaningful narrative series of photographs made with respect for the art and the individual. She believes there are multiple truths represented in each image because it provides and confronts constructive realities, even when our eyes are easily deceived, this is depending on the viewer, and the context in which it is represented. WendyAnn was born on the island of Trinidad & Tobago in 1968. She migrated to the US in her early twenties and studied at Manhattan Community College which she continued at Hunter College, BA in Psychology 2013. Since then she has been taking photographs as a hobby, documenting life. Her long term goal is a commitment to the principle medium, portraits, to a place and to a community. With a desire to work with human rights organizations in creating a series of meaningful portraits documenting displaced and marginalized communities around the world. In hopes that her projects be can be used in communities, exhibited and distributed worldwide.

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