There are 1.5 billion young people currently inhabiting planet earth. For years they’ve been labeled as lazy, wasteful and selfish, but things are changing. Tides are turning. People are starting to realize that this generation is on the brink of creating truly global change. We care about more than just ourselves. We’re investing in our communities, towns and nations, determined to fight against the world’s most ravenous problems - poverty, HIV/AIDS, education inequity and global warming, to name a few - and build a more cohesive world. A world where people look for similarities rather than differences. Assess how their actions affect others. Connect on a human level that goes beyond nationality, age, race, creed, gender or sexual orientation.
I am a part of this global movement, and I'm doing my best to tell the story of my generation. Feel free to poke around and find out more about what I'm doing (and what you can do) to reshape the way we think about our planet. From working to shift the idea of "profit" to be about more than dollars and cents to documenting our changing world through film and photos, my aim is to go beyond what our world currently is and instead conceive of what our world can and should be.
Have a look at:
- A first look at Citizen Sector, the international organization I am building to turn this vision into a reality.
- The sale of my photographs that I've taken all over the World.
- New professional services, including:
My Efforts Have Been Covered In Dozens of Publications As A Leader In This Global Movement, Including: The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Times of India, Clarin, La Nation, NECN, NPR & The BBC News Corp.