From the Black Sea, in foggy weather, we navigate along the Bosphorus towards the Golden Horn. From one side of the strait to the other, white marble palaces appear as if emerging from a dream. (more…)
Xyza Bacani is a Filipina Street and Documentary Photographer who has been featured in New York Times Lens Blog, CNN and various International media publication not only for her excellence in photography but also for her inspirational story. Working as a domestic worker for almost a decade, she used photography to tell the stories of her fellow domestic workers and others who were victims of human rights violation. She is one of the Magnum Foundation Human Rights Fellows 2015, exhibited in South East Asia, won awards in photography and she was granted HR No. 1969 by the Philippines House of Representative and one of the BBC 100 Women of the World 2015.