Tom Hiddleston in Guinea for UNICEF

 

5 Responses to “Tom Hiddleston in Guinea for UNICEF”

  1. These are beautiful photographs. These children and adults have very little yet they are able to find a reason to smile. I yearn for my art and photography to tell stories and open up the eyes of the rest of the world to the work we can do and the light we can be for these children. Thank you for being our eyes.

  2. Christina says:

    Harry–

    The photos you took of Tom from his UNICEF
    trip to Guinea earlier this year.Has to be one of the most remarkable photos Ive ever seen.To me, each photo tells some type of story.You can see and hear all the emotion going on.Its truly breathtaking to witness these types of photos that one really doesn’t get to see.What makes me the happiest is seeing the children and adults smiling and laughing.To me,children are the hope of the world.I think these photos should appear in National Geographic or a magazine that’s like it.Im so incredibly impressed and moved by your work.And I thank you so for taking them!

  3. Maria says:

    Thank you, Harry, for being our eyes during your trip to Guinea. You’ve got such amazing talent that amidst the conditions of the people there, you’ve managed to capture the sparkle in their eyes, their smiles.. which proves that not all hope is lost. Thank you again. 🙂

  4. Lisa says:

    The portraits are so amazingly beautiful.

  5. Cyndi says:

    Dear Harry,
    Just a short note to extend my appreciation for your documenting Tom’s trip to Guinea for UNICEF UK. Along with his thoughtful and heartfelt blog, they have continued to tell a most compelling story and one which needs to be spread far and wide.
    Sincerest thanks for sharing your talents in service to those in Guinea and around the world in similar circumstances.

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