I am a documentary photographer, writer and emerging filmmaker who also earned a Masters degree from the Harvard School of Public Health (1989). I explore the inter-relationships between public health, poverty and the environment. During 15 years of HIV prevention assignments in both francophone and anglophone Africa, (post-conflict Rwanda, Sierra Leone, and Côte d’Ivoire; Niger and Botswana) with a variety of international organizations (CARE USA, UNAIDS, ACHAP), I also worked as a stringer photographer for Reuters (South Africa bureau) and a contract photographer with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (South Africa and Uganda).
Since returning to Canada in 2008, I have added climate change to my photographic record. I am currently the only female photographer in Canada documenting the rapid expansion of renewable energy. In 2011, I co-founded a digital production company – Image VERDE – dedicated to documenting renewable energy in the context of climate change. I am currently working on a documentary film about the impact of climate change on coastal communities along the Saint Lawrence River.
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Exhibit Title: Malaria control efforts in Uganda
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