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Biography For over twenty five years Phil Borges has lived with and documented indigenous and tribal cultures around the world. Through his work, he strives to create a heightened understanding of the issues faced by people in the developing world. Through his exhibits and award-winning books, Phil attempts to create a relationship between the audience and his photographic subjects. “I want the ...Читать далее →
In 1994 I traveled to Tibet as well as northern India and Nepal to interview and photograph Tibetans and Tibetan refugees in an effort to understand what happened to them, to their country and their culture. These are some of the people I met in this deeply spiritual culture---everyone from the nomads of the remote Himalayas to the Dalai Lama ...Читать далее →
The economic advantages of empowering women are so well documented that nations with large gender power imbalances are finally moving toward more balance. Beginning in 2004 I traveled to Africa, Asia and South America to gather the stories of extraordinary women in remote parts of the world who have empowered themselves and their communities. Here are a few of these ...Читать далее →