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Scott Kelby Photowalk Davao 2016

This year’s Scott Kelby Photowalk held in Davao was not only memorable for photographers coming together from different organizations and clubs, but for a group of young individuals whose lives are changed as soon as they hold cameras in their hands. The annual walk was not only for a worldwide charity event (Springs of Hope Kenya Children’s Home), but to assist a local group called The Global Story Tellers United Inc., founded by photowalk leader Dennis Tan.

Scott Kelby Photowalk Davao 2016

Scott Kelby Photowalk Davao 2016

The Story Tellers are composed of deaf and mute young kids along with mentors and interpreters who patiently communicate with them. Their slogan is to “Let the photo do the talking.” Communicating by sign language, they joined the photographers in a street photography around downtown Davao which ended with snacks and bonding at the newly opened Keepsakes outlet along Mayon Road. Pizza was good!

Congratulations to a successful photo walk!

Scott Kelby Photowalk Davao 2016

Scott Kelby Photowalk Davao 2016

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The author is a multi-awarded photographer, journalist, and artist whose works are featured in tourism campaigns (It's More Fun in the Philippines), covers and spreads of books and international magazines. A long time columnist of SunStar Davao, she is a frequent traveler in search of inspirational heartwarming stories of human interest. She is also an  influencer and motivational speaker who gives photography workshops in universities and organizations. A former TV personality, she has done several print and TV commercials, event hosting and speaking engagements. In 2013, she has received an award from the City Government of Davao for her significant contribution in the social media. She was one of the speakers in Photo World Asia 2017.  A web designer/blogger since the 90s, she has seen the evolution of the internet and social media transition from the perspective of a traditional media person.

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