Photography for Africa: the Bulembu Calendar

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This February I travelled to Swaziland after filming in Rwanda. I was on assignment with the Teldon Community Foundation, photographing the town of Bulembu. A former mining town, Bulembu is now being transformed into a centre of job-creation, commerce and orphan care.

The images were destined for a fundraising calendar, which you can now get your hands on here. The final product is excellent, and I’m excited to see the photographs used for a good cause. Head to for more info and to purchase your copy of the calendar. 100% of the purchase goes to Bulembu Compassion.

{{ Check my Bulembu Archives for more posts & photos from the trip. }}

One Comment

  1. Posted July 28, 2008 at 9:38 pm | Permalink

    These are beautiful pictures, Trev! Great lighting, etc., but also BEAUTIFUL subjects to take pictures of. I’m so glad lots of people can be exposed to your talent and these pictures at the same time!

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