The work I do for the Marguerite Casey Foundation continues to be the most enriching and rewarding. From Brad Wong, MCF News Editor: “A complex and fascinating look by Paul Nyhan and Mike Kane (for Equal Voice News) at how gaps in U.S. immigration policy are affecting the lives of Hmong in America, who are basically “stateless.” They arrived after their families fought for the CIA in Laos during the “Secret War” against communism.”
I was recently contracted by White Rhino, a creative marketing agency based in Boston, to shoot for about a week on the various Overlake Hospital locations in and around Bellevue. This was part of a major rebranding effort. One of the principal objectives was to completely recreate their image bank so that all pictures had aesthetic cohesion and a sense of authenticity. All subjects were actual doctors and patients, and most scenarios photographed were live. This project was similar to the work I did earlier this year for the Seattle Foundation, and it’s definitely the kind of thing I’m hoping to do more of.
I really love this edit and presentation. Thanks as always for the assignment Isolde. Pictures for the radio!