CSR Photography Services

90 year old Maria Maite supports her whole family including 6 grandchildren on only her pension. She does not have money to buy water in town and relies on neighbors who help where they can. For the most part, the family survives on a 5-liter bottle of water a week. Operation Hydrate has been distributing water here and will be doing a big distribution this weekend coming. Picture: Shayne Robinson, CSR Photography

90-year-old Maria Maite supports her whole family including 6 grandchildren on only her pension. She does not have money to buy water in town and relies on neighbors who help where they can. For the most part, the family survives on a 5-liter bottle of water a week.
Operation Hydrate has been distributing water here and will be doing a big distribution this weekend coming. Picture: Shayne Robinson

A picture tells a thousand words and we are living in the age of the visual. Imagery is an important element in constructing and communicating your CSR initiatives.

Images hold persuasive power and can be used as social motivators, or simply provide a moment of beauty.

Telling an organisation’s story through photographs and videos has become an intrinsic part of an organisation’s efforts to communicate its sustainability to its stakeholders.

Organisations need a visual story teller that has the ability to portray its initiatives to their fullest extent.

Recently, organisations have started to produce separate, independent social responsibility reports that specifically describe the organisations contribution to society.

It has been our privilege to produce work of this nature for international and local organisations such as IFAW, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Greenpeace, TAC and The Gift of the Givers.

Our 15 years of documentary storytelling experience will ensure that your organisation’s CSR initiatives are conveyed in a way that is truthful,impactful and meaningful.

You can also have a look at some of my other documentary work by clicking the “Previous Work” tab in the main menu.