Led by former Newsweek Magazine contract photographer Najlah Feanny, Photo for Social GOOD brings together some of the world’s most renowned photojournalist, available for assignment work with your non-profit anywhere in the world. Our photographers and videographers have decades of experience shooting for major newspapers and magazines and are now turning their lenses on the nonprofit world to document social GOOD.
“We’ve spent a lifetime documenting history. Now it’s our turn to change it. Najlah Feanny said. Our images inspire the world to take action,”
Dozens of Pulitzer Prize and World Press winning photographers and videographers are committed to shining a light on issues affecting our most vulunerable people. By doing so, they also shine a light on nonprofits, NGO’s and government organizations who are committed to helping raising awareness that leads to action.
Based in New York, Photo for Social GOOD has photographers in Africa, Asia, Europe and America, many who are already documenting humanitarian disasters and conflicts. They are available to work with your nonprofit to document your work.
Photo for Social GOOD boats Emmy-winning videographers available to shoot and produce videos as well as video editors and producers able to take your footage, images and audio and produce stunning videos to tell your story. We can also provide stock photography and produce commissioned assignments.
In need of writers or reporters to help tell your story? We have a network of experienced writers and journalists who are available to work on site or remotely to help you put together a comprehensive package.
Video is a compelling way to share stories with your donors, supporters and volunteers, but it’s often expensive to get started and difficult to grasp. Design for Social GOOD has put together a relatively inexpensive video kit that we think will help you to produce high quality video and audio without breaking the bank. It’s a kit that is easy to transport, easy to use and perfect for blogging and posting on YouTube, Facebook or Twitter. To learn more,