Laura Cook

Colour in the Dust

Laura Cook
November 27, 2011
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Mali can be a dusty and dry country and the south of the country is certainly less well known than the rest of the country which is punctuated by famous tourist draws such as Timbuktu. Despite sometimes crippling poverty fashion and colour is important to the people of Southern Mali and this colour seeps through every aspect of daily life. The dust may sweep the country and bring with it drought and hardship but still the people protect themselves with a shield of optimism, hope and colour.

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I believe in the power of storytelling. The finest stories are the ones that are real; authentic stories of hope, life, loss and love. I am a photographer because I genuinely believe that an image can speak a thousand words and that by sharing stories we can move others into action. I have experience working for international NGOS and this has given me a lot of insight into the kind of stories the public respond well to. I am also deeply motivated by my faith and personal ethics and have confidence in a generation of photographers that can portray people‚Äôs…

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