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Jun 9, 2017

Giacomo Pirozzi

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Edited: Jun 23, 2017

The beautiful thing about this man? He lives for capturing the true essence of each individual all over the World; but more importantly, he lives for capturing the heartbeat of each city and town--the real and the raw! He has worked for UNICEF since the early '90s travelling all over to photograph the smiles of hundreds of thousands of children, to photograph the struggle and work-ethic of adults striving to provide for their families.

He's currently working on an incredible personal project that shall benefit the children of this earth! He definitely has the compassion and kindness that we each should aspire to have.

 

Giacomo took this shot in Tuscany, Italy!

C'mon Italy! Join Giacomo and #JoinUs in standing up for one another! For standing by each other's sides.

 

What are YOU resilient for? #iAmResilience

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