I have photographed five projects on five continents for Photographers Without Borders in recent years, changing people’s lives (and my own) in the process, and gathering tons of stories along the way.
I recently did an art event in South Florida and presented this slide show with some of my favorite travel images.
After traveling around Thailand and India for the past month shooting a photo assignment, eating and drinking a little too much at times, having an occasional cigarette (I know, I quit years ago!), and never […]
So excited to have received Issue #9 of the Photographers Without Borders Magazine featuring some of my work from cover the non-profit Young 1ove in Botswana! Perfect timing because I am working on final details […]
How do you make yourself truly happy and bring your dreams to reality? For me, it was simply by doing a random google search for “photojournalism projects abroad”, well, that’s where it started anyway. On […]
“The world is a book,
and those who do not travel
read only one page.”
– Saint Augustine
My partner Renzo and I basically live on YouTube these days as our thirst for learning grows, there is always something to watch and to learn about. About a year ago, Renzo asked if I’d […]
Returning home after being on the road can be hard, but manageable…
Seems like I’ve been on hold for years and the call is finally being connected. I am not sure where my fascination with the island nation came from, or how long I’ve resisted the […]
By: Ron B. Wilson Being selected for my first project with Photographers Without Borders and traveling to Guatemala to document the grassroots organization Long Way Home, was an incredible experience. After working as a professional […]
"The poor man is not he who is without a cent, but he who is without a dream".-Harry Kemp
not to escape life,
but for life not to escape us.”
Here it is.. my award winning image selected by National Geographic.
"THE SCARIEST PART OF TRAVELING, IS THE THOUGHT OF NOT TRAVELING ANYMORE." -M. A. Chavez
“Twenty years from now
you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do
than by the ones you did do.”
– Mark Twain