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The Uncomfortable Space of Unsolvable Problems

I read an article recently that got me thinking how we engage with unsolvable problems as a western culture. The article by Kainoa Little can be found here: https://petapixel.com/2017/07/05/no-one-buy-photos-free-mosul-2017/. I would encourage you to take a minute and...

Is There a Minimum Effective Level of Compassion?

I have spent a lot of time recently thinking about the way we relate to charitable acts and what compels us to act in compassionate ways. I asked a question on my Facebook page a few weeks ago and the response to that and to my previous article on comfort and...

Batman or Alfred – Choosing Our Nonprofit Persona

When we interact with advertising produced by companies trying to sell us something we rarely, if ever, take the time to consider if the company that is selling the product is worthy to receive the money. We are only thinking about the satisfaction, pleasure, or...

This is Why I Travel – A Craving for Authentic Experiences

I recently had the privilege of traveling to Kathmandu, Nepal on assignment. After my assignment was finished I stayed for a couple of extra days to experience Kathmandu for myself. As I wandered the famous sites in and around Kathmandu I realized something about why...

Why Comfort is a Brutal Master

I’ve been realizing lately how much I my actions are affected by an instinctual desire for comfort and convenience. Our desire for comfort is a brutal master that offers no release from its bondage. Our pursuit of convenience is continually driving us to purchase and...

Intentional Consumption

I have a confession to make,  I have a habit of scrolling social media and honestly even websites, articles and stories, and only engaging with the headlines. My eyes quickly take in the photos and my brain reads the title and headings, I might even skim the article...

The Uncomfortable Space of Unsolvable Problems

I read an article recently that got me thinking how we engage with unsolvable problems as a western culture. The article by Kainoa Little can be found here: https://petapixel.com/2017/07/05/no-one-buy-photos-free-mosul-2017/. I would encourage you to take a minute and...

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Is There a Minimum Effective Level of Compassion?

Is There a Minimum Effective Level of Compassion?

I have spent a lot of time recently thinking about the way we relate to charitable acts and what compels us to act in compassionate ways. I asked a question on my Facebook page a few weeks ago and the response to that and to my previous article on comfort and...

read more
Batman or Alfred – Choosing Our Nonprofit Persona

Batman or Alfred – Choosing Our Nonprofit Persona

When we interact with advertising produced by companies trying to sell us something we rarely, if ever, take the time to consider if the company that is selling the product is worthy to receive the money. We are only thinking about the satisfaction, pleasure, or...

read more
Why Comfort is a Brutal Master

Why Comfort is a Brutal Master

I’ve been realizing lately how much I my actions are affected by an instinctual desire for comfort and convenience. Our desire for comfort is a brutal master that offers no release from its bondage. Our pursuit of convenience is continually driving us to purchase and...

read more
Intentional Consumption

Intentional Consumption

I have a confession to make,  I have a habit of scrolling social media and honestly even websites, articles and stories, and only engaging with the headlines. My eyes quickly take in the photos and my brain reads the title and headings, I might even skim the article...

read more

I live in the intersection of three worlds; humanitarian photography, nonprofit brand strategy, and the exploration of people, places and culture through photography.

The worlds of humanitarian photography and nonprofit brand strategy are related and intertwined, the pursuit of each fuels my personal growth in the other.

My time spent photographing places, cultures and people provides a creative outlet and testing ground for new techniques and ideas. These personal projects are conceived and pursued in an effort to show the value and equality of the each individual and celebrate the similarities of the human experience around the world.

Bryon Lippincott

Bryon Lippincott

Bryon Lippincott is a humanitarian photographer, filmmaker and brand strategist working with nonprofit and humanitarian organizations in Asia and around the world. His work is focused on helping organizations communicate the impact of their work by producing stories that portray the courage, value, and spirit of the people they are serving. You can out more about his work with humanitarian organizations at Sharing Dots.org.

To date he has worked on assignment in 11 countries, with over 50 different organizations and individuals, and produced video projects in 6 different languages.