Courtney Bent started this project over a decade ago in Boston. With a goal of placing cameras in the hands of 100 individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, the project has spread throughout the United States, and has just taken to Kickstarter.
For those of you who aren’t familiar, Kickstarter is a crowdsourcing platform that harnesses the collective good and dollar to fund incredible projects like this one. This year, we’re thrilled to be a sponsor of their campaign that launched this week. Our products will be used to mount and arrange the photos for the culminating shows that celebrate the creative work of these photographers.
Join us in helping this incredible project come to life. There are 42 days left, so give ’em a kick!