Today is International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women everywhere.
So, we’d like to pay tribute to the women behind the lens — and also the women whose stories they tell.
The women featured here — Bonnie Chiu of Lensational, Gina LeVay, Barbara Kinney and Delphine Diallo — are just a few shining examples of how photography and storytelling can help forge a more inclusive, gender-equal world.
Dedicated to shedding light on women’s achievements, Bonnie Chiu, Founder of Lensational, shares the story of marginalized women who are using cameras to raise their voices and express themselves.
Gina LeVay tells the story of female athletes heading to the Olympics for the first time.
Barbara Kinney captures Hillary Clinton’s historical campaign for presidency.
Delphine Diallo shares the different faces of female beauty in her project, The Face of America.
These are stories about female resilience, stories about confidence, stories about leadership, and stories about strength. Join us in celebrating these stories and their storytellers on International Women’s Day, and every day.
And to find other women who photograph, visit: www.womenphotograph.com, an initiative spearheaded by PhotoShelter member Daniella Zalcman.