BIO 

In 2000, Hilary graduated from the International Center of Photography’s Documentary/PJ Program and later assisted the Maine Photo Workshops in Havana, Cuba. Compelled to share photography with local youth, she developed a photo library and directed the Havana Youth Photo course - sharing her passion for photography and educating a younger generation.
 
As a two time recipient of the ICP/Johnson & Johnson Fellowship, Hilary completed assignments for J & J’s corporate social responsibility at the U.S.-Mexico border, then India and Vietnam. This led to subsequent assignments for international NGOs in the U.S., Latin America,the Caribbean, Asia and Africa.
 
Hilary's international work and experience provided the opportunity to document the plight and rehabilitation of street children for Covenant House/Latin America. Such collaborations have allowed Hilary to strengthen her passion as a socially concerned photographer and led to a permanent exhibit at Covenant House Headquarters in New York City. She has also exhibited in Costa Rica, Cuba, Guatemala and the U.S. 
 
Curiosity, honesty, compassion and cultural sensitivity are reflected in her imagery.

CLIENTS - PUBLICATIONS

Johnson & Johnson Worldwide Contributions 
Covenant House International 
Heifer International 
Habitat for Humanity
Housing Works
The Fresh Air Fund
The Clinton Foundation
MAP International 
AmeriCares 
UN Women 
UNHCR
The Bridge
Homeless Solutions 
World Pulse eMagazine
The New York Times: Travel
Glamour UK
Cosmopolitan/Finland
Det Nye/Norway
COLORS
PDN
O, The Oprah Magazine
Latino Leaders
Costa Rica Outdoors
Law Practice Magazine
The Tico Times of Costa Rica
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