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I photograph landfills in Latin America. I am raising money so I can photograph Cambalache Landfill in Guayana City, Venezuela.
I photograph landfills in Latin America. I am raising money so I can photograph Cambalache Landfill in Guayana City, Venezuela.
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    1. Timothy Bouldry Creator on June 14, 2012

      Thanks Kristen. I'm excited to see the result for this and I have that nervous excitement to explore this new (to me) landfill. Hugs and Kisses :-)

    2. Kristen Layton on June 12, 2012

      Hi Tim! Congrats... I can't wait to see what happens.

    3. Timothy Bouldry Creator on June 4, 2012

      Thank YOU Sarah!

    4. Timothy Bouldry Creator on May 14, 2012

      Thank you Nicole for your kind words and support. Overstated by called me a "saint," lol... I'm just doing my best. Hugs and good energy to you and your family :-)

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      Nicole on May 14, 2012

      Tim- Such a beautiful project. I am happy I could help even if it's just a little. I hope your project is a success! You're a saint in yoga pants. :)

    6. Timothy Bouldry Creator on May 11, 2012

      I just want to address my appreciation for everyone that has donated so far. It's not all about money here, it's all about love. Of course money is needed, but as I see the number increase higher to it's goal to make it possible, I can't help but feel the love. I promise you that I will pour my heart and soul into this. I can promise that because I always have when it comes to this movement. It's an odd thing because when I enter a landfill, I feel fear, sadness and as though I made a mistake and should turn back around immediately. I realize I am a white alien there with my camera doing what I am doing. But as I get to know people, we both understand our roles better. I have to be strong during those times. Taking the right shots correctly is stressful and I have to show the people my confidence. I do go back to a friend's house or hotel after shooting in a landfill and cry privately in the shower but it doesn't really hit me until I am back home where I realize so many different things about the world, humanity and richer countries like our own (USA). It's when I am home in NYC that I struggle and become upset and feel I need to go back and do it again. I love these people and I can never call, text or email them. I can only show up in there country and location, as difficult as that is. I remember telling a mother (Carla Juarez Lopez) in Nicaragua that two of her boys (Felix and Jose) have been on a rotating tour around America, she didn't understand. I prepared for that earlier, so I showed her pictures of her boys in a gallery in DC. She gasped. Since then, those boys have toured 15 other locations within TX, CO, CA and Washington DC. The tour continues for another 6 months. My photos have been used my human rights activists for the UN and the House of Representatives. I am telling you this because it's real and it makes a difference! Yes I am happy because I can keep shooting something I have passion for, but even more so for a positive change.