Dear Web Visitor:
Peaceful greetings from North Carolina.
I am a photojournalist and the founder of Turning World Communications.
Through Turning World I produce self-initiated, non-partisan works about people and places enmeshed in social or political change or distress. In service to the Turning World mission I also try to create exposure for the journalism. Today, Turning World functions first as a project-based, patron-funded media maker.
The main post-project service Turning World can provide is delivery of archived content for display, reproduction, transmission, or publishing. Consultation about the work and concept development are available to any partner.
I have worked mostly in Haiti and have landed there 22 times. I have also taken my cameras and intentions to Georgia, Israel and the West Bank, Liberia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Syria, Turkey, and Venezuela. I specialized in photojournalism at the University of Florida. I received a master's in journalism from Marshall University.
If you are a project patron or potential patron or an editor, publisher, educator, exhibit director, or other professional communicator needing archived materials then I welcome your inquiry. Indeed, I am eager to communicate with you.
Best Wishes,Brad Workman
P.S. At least one potential new Haiti project (in addition to "Framing Haiti") is under development. Please subscribe to our mailing list by sending a quick note to "subscribe" @ turningworld.org. Doing so will help keep you updated. We will also send you a digital copy of Turning World Magazine.