Social Justice

First Responder

Humanitarian Aid

War Photography

International Crises

​​​Ministering to the Forgotten: The SF Night ministry is a group of multi-denominational ministers who wanter the streets of SF every night from 10pm-4am offering counseling and crisis intervention for homeless, and at-risk youth.

Rooted in Resistance - Argentina​The latest installment of communities engaged in resistance against land seizures, environmental damages, military occupation, and cultural destruction.

Refugees in the US: With refugee relocation sparking a domestic and international debate, Kyle Merrit Ludowitz and Waring Kamau document the lives of refugees in the US through a multimedia experience.

As war and suffering continues to escalate in our world, it is necessary to capture the lives of those who cannot tell their stories. As a humanitarian photojournalist & war photographer I travel throughout the world to raise awareness about the many global issues needing exposure.

Since 1948 the state of Israel has controlled and occupied the land once known as Palestine. Over the decades, Palestinians have resisted the apartheid system that is now being compared to 1980's South Africa.

After national protests to depose the current ruler, Syria quickly slipped into the brutal war that's now entering its fifth year with no clear end in sight. Thousands of civilians have been killed while millions flee to surrounding countries.

With such a large land mass and population, India has many social justice issue to address in it's future: poverty, medical supplies, disputed territory, education & domestic violence.

The Myanmar government is constantly fighting ethnic factions vying for sovereignty while many civilians are wounded from war and outmoded weaponry while Thailand's mass flood left the country submerged. Over 500 deaths, 3 million people affected.


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