This is what I did in the last year:
I’m not your average designer
I traveled to Afghanistan in 2003 to help two National Geographic photographers launch several Afghan-run media start-ups. While I was there, I taught 19 students the art of photojournalism. My classroom was, a few months prior, an actual Taliban prison. We transformed the room as well as the lives of the everyone in that classroom that year. Within a couple of years, my students began to change the world with their images. A few years later, one of them won the Pulitzer Prize.
This is what I do
It’s hard to show what I do in a SINGLE job title. This might help.
THIS IS HOW I DO IT
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