Documentary photographer, explorer, visualist, gear enthusiast, breaker and maker of things, number cruncher, tangential thinker, other.
Daniel Farber Huang and Theresa Menders have collaborated on a broad range of issues, with a long-term focus on women’s and children’s issues and the alleviation of poverty locally and around the world. They have covered these and other current topics in the Republic of Vanuatu, Haiti, Colombia, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, India, China, and Greece. Their current work is heavily focused on the Global Refugee Crisis.
Their work is included in the permanent collections of numerous museums and historic institutions across the US, including the International Center of Photography, the New York Historical Society, the Museum of the City of New York, Museum of Chinese in America, the New York City Fire Museum, the Smithsonian and other cultural institutions.
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