My name Cameron Taff Anderson. I am a Photographer and Videographer specializing in documentary photography. I moved to Denver to attend college, where I graduated from the University of Denver with a Major in Film Studies in Media Production in 2018. My body of work mainly focuses on documentary photography. In the past couple of years, I have grown more interested in

photographing people from across the world. I’ve had the opportunity to travel to countries such as Kenya, Egypt and Thailand, where I gravitated towards photographing people. I find people to be some of the most interesting organism on the planet. In my spare time, I like to go camping in the Rocky Mountains, attend concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheatre and travel with friends.

What makes you passionate about helping Pragya Seeds Nepal (ttp://www.pgsi.or)?

I realize the privilege to travel to Nepal is something most don't have the opportunity to do. I come from a place where clean water and trash disposal is largely taken for granted. I’m passionate about helping Pragya Seeds Nepal, because their mission which helps promote zero waste across Nepal, aligns with my responsibilities as a citizen of this planet!

How do you believe your photography can make a difference for them? 

I believe my photography can make a difference for Pragya Seeds Nepal by capturing the people of Nepal, who will benefit from this life changing cause. Photographing this life changing cause and the people behind it will allow the positive impact of these programs to increase exponentially.

What message would you like to send to your supporters?

My name is Cameron Taff Anderson. I recently decided to use the skills I’ve learned as a photographer the best way I know how, to give back. I have decided to travel to Nepal this November, where I will be working with the NGO known asPragya Seeds Nepal. he message I would like to send to my supporters... By donating, you’re not only helping me accomplish my dream of helping others while abroad, but you’re also helping the people of Nepal. Help me by being a part of the solution. It’s as easy as clicking a button!