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A photography project involving 9 children in Tanzania and 100 disposable cameras
Created by

Raul Guerrero

84 backers pledged $5,556 to help bring this project to life.

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Update + LA Show


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1st Batch of Rewards!


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At 104% funded, yesterday marked the month long journey for my kickstarter campaign! I can't begin to express my gratitude with words. From the bottom of my heart, I want to give the sincerest thanks to everyone who pledged monetary support, helped spread the word, or just took the time to watch the video. We came together as a global community to make this project happen!

When I first started the project, I never would've imagined the amount of support I was going to receive. Thank you all :)

I'm still in the midst of editing the photographs, planning the layout of the book, and organizing the trip to the Zanzibar Film Festival. I definitely have my work cut out for me for the next two months. I'll be updating you guys on my progress as I go along.

I hope everyone has an awesome and safe holiday season
and thanks again!


An Indepth Interview

Dear The Disposable Project backers,

For the last two weeks, I've been trying my hardest to spread the word about The Disposable Project. I figure a strong web presence can only help.
I was lucky enough to have a handful of art related blogs and photography websites help promote the project.

This evening, Wine & Bowties, an art and culture blog, ran the project along with an interview with me, offering some insight into the project. Click here to read the article.

Below are a few sites that also featured the project:



Anyway, I hope everyone's been keeping warm this winter season.
Look out for more updates soon!

Raul :)

ZIFF Confirmed!

Happy Holidays everyone :)

I just want to thank everyone for pledging their support for The Disposable Project. With 18 more days to go, we're 68% funded! As of right now, I'm doing my hardest to get the word out. Expect to see the project featured on a couple of websites in the next week!

Today, I received news that the prints from the children will be on display at the Zanzibar Film Festival! ZIFF is East Africa's largest film and arts festival, showcasing a broad spectrum of African and International creative works. It will run from July 7 - 15.

I'm ecstatic about this opportunity! This is an awesome chance to have work up in the kids home country.

Anyway, that's all I have for right now.
More updates to come soon!