LOOKING FOR YOUR PORTRAIT FROM BURNING MAN?
It was great meeting everyone at Burning Man this year and thank you for those who participated in our media project "Posed Authenticity." If you stepped into our studio at Sunset Lounge or posed for us on the playa, you can reach out to us using the contact section below. We should be sending your gift portraits to people by the end of September.
If you don't hear from us -- there's a chance your legal consent form was confiscated by the playa or your handwriting wasn't legible at 6am on Thursday morning. In that case, drop us a line, remind us of what you were wearing and we will get those photos over to you!
Also, drop us a line if you want to hear about our plans to exhibit at Burning Man 2018 and the return of our Playa Portrait Studio!
Neves works as a contract-based photographer with Forcier, a social and development research firm working in complex and challenging settings throughout Africa, helping clients document their successes through photo narratives in Mozambique, Egypt, Chad and Somalia.
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Neves documented the full life-cycle of JAM's 30 year agriculture project in Inhambane project, telling a powerful narrative of their work in farmer training, food processing, and school nutrition programs.
Neves has contributed several times to HOPEM's magazine studying gender and masculinity in Mozambique.
Telling Your Story.
ABOUT AMILTON NEVES
Amilton Neves Cuna is a professional photographer based in Mozambique whose work examines contemporary societal issues using storytelling and documentary techniques. His past and current projects focus on addressing perceptions of individuals who find themselves at the margins of society through narratives of empowerment while preserving often forgotten aspects of our modern history.
Cuna has participated in training courses at the Sooke Photography School in Canada and Nuku Studio in Ghana, and has been prominently featured several times at the Franco Moçambicano Cultural Center. His work has been exhibited in Mozambique, Ghana, Portugal, Brazil, Ethiopia and Canada. In addition to pursuing his independent projects, Cuna also works as a freelance documentary photographer throughout Africa.