Have camera will travel: shooting for
a good cause
By Randi Altman
In a perfect world, children would grow up in loving and nurturing homes with food on the table and clothes on their backs. Unfortunately, for many that is not reality. AMIT, an Israeli social services organization, was established over 40 years ago offering foster homes and education to these lost children. But having been built between 1935 and 1975, their foster homes are in dire need of renovations, So the non-profit is currently in the middle of a $10 million fundraising campaign.
As part of that campaign, AMIT called on Long Island, NY-based DMJ Digital
Media, and its owner David Jasse, to help them tell their story and inspire donations. Jasse packed up his Canon 5D Mark III, tucked away in a Tenba carrying case designed to fit perfectly into a luggage racks on planes, and headed to Israel.