CHC is grateful to the immensely talented photographers who have agreed for their work to be highlighted on our website. These in-kind donations are essential to the beauty of the site, and help us use images to convey CHC’s story. Thank you to our friends, Elizabeth and Kyle, and to our Leland Fellow, Matt Styslinger.
Elizabeth is an acclaimed international advocacy photographer, whose exhibit on international school feeding programs was featured at the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center. Her work has also been highlighted by Partners in Health, the World Food Program, and Bread for the World, and has been shown in various venues in Boston, Washington D.C., New York and Chicago. Elizabeth was a member of the 10th class of Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellows, served as Associate Director of CHC’s Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellows Program, and is currently a MS Candidate in Food Policy & Applied Nutrition at Tufts University. Additional work can be viewed at www.elizabethwhelanphotography.com. She can be reached at email@example.com.
The following photos are credited to Elizabeth Whelan.
Matt Styslinger is an international development photographer who’s work has been published through the organizations BRAC, NextAid, and World Learning, a photography book titled “Would a Matchbox Hold My Clothes,” and a Bangladeshi fashion magazine. Matt is currently a 6th class Leland Hunger Fellow working with Mercy Corps food security projects in Indonesia and Timor-Letse. Matt’s career in international development has focused on the intersections of poverty, hunger, and the environment. Please click here to view Matt’s Fellow profile.
The following photos are credited to Matt Styslinger.
Kyle is a freelance photographer who focuses primarily on lifestyle portraiture. His work is influenced by his rural upbringing in Eastern Carolina, and time spent living in both the Appalachian mountains and in the Nation’s capitol. He is a former CHC staff person who now lives in Western North Carolina. Additional work and contact information can be found on his web site: www.kylegraybeach.com
The following photos are credited to Kyle Beach.
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