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Today is the World Refugee Day. June 20 is the day the world commemorates the strength, courage, and perseverance of millions of refugees. Held every year, World Refugee Day also marks a key moment for the public to show support for families forced to flee. Here is a video we shot in Malawi, promoting the book of Innocent Magambi who was born as a refugee and spent 27 years of his live in refugee camps across East Africa. His book "Refugee for Life" is remarkable, incredible story that millions of refugees share. However, Inno's story has a happy ending, well it's still going, but Innocent today is the founder and director of There Is Hope Malawi, an organisation that gives education, support, hope to refugees. Take a look at the video and visit http://www.refugeeforlife.org to order the book.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRExM7TqKnk

Fabulous day for photo shoot by the sea. It was so so beautiful. Here are few behind the scene shots with the gorgeous Ligia and Donna.

Happy Birthday to this amazing man, Bongo C Edwards, incredible musicianary (musician with a mission), educator, speaker, community activist, percussionist, lover of life, lover of God, full of vibrant, invigorating faith and hope. Love you bro, you are such an inspiration and a role model. It's a joy to be around you. You are an absolute legend. Keep going strong, keep going forward. Julie Edwards

Had such a great time with Amber and Sam today, great couple, love is all around them. Couldn't resist sharing few unedited shots.

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Our latest documentary short is about a refugee in Dzaleka Refugee Camp, Malawi.

another angel, Bronte, so pretty, such kind and beautiful eyes.

...what a beautiful little angel...

Photo-shoot at lake Malawi, with this beautiful and fun family. Love you guys, you are so awesome. with April Palmbos , Steve Palmbos , Jack Palmbos

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photo-shoot in Malawi, with Maria-Doreen Masi
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