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And This Too Shall Pass

Documentary photographer based in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Meri

Meri

Portrait of Marc Lansonneur for the City Wire Magazine, July 2014.

Portrait of Marc Lansonneur for the City Wire Magazine, July 2014.

Meri. An outtake from a current project which I am currently profiling 7 people in Papua living with HIV. The goal is to portray them in a positive light in order to reduce stigma and discrimination.

Pak Jon. An outtake from a current project which I am currently profiling 7 people in Papua living with HIV. The goal is to portray them in a positive light in order to reduce stigma and discrimination.

Yoshua. An outtake from a current project which I am currently profiling 7 people in Papua living with HIV. The goal is to portray them in a positive light in order to reduce stigma and discrimination.

Reni. An outtake from a current project which I am currently profiling 7 people in Papua living with HIV. The goal is to portray them in a positive light in order to reduce stigma and discrimination.

An outtake from our quick photoshoot a Pasir Putih in Wamena, Papua. I have known Meri since 2012, one of the strongest people I know. I am currently profiling 7 people in Papua living with HIV. The goal is to portray them in a positive light in order to reduce stigma and discrimination. #indonesia #hiv #aids #papua #onassignment

An outtake from our quick photoshoot a Pasir Putih in Wamena, Papua. I have known Meri since 2012, one of the strongest people I know. I am currently profiling 7 people in Papua living with HIV. The goal is to portray them in a positive light in order to reduce stigma and discrimination. #indonesia #hiv #aids #papua #onassignment

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I am currently in Papua documenting the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS in collaboration with Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI).  The mission is to capture positive images in order to change the negative perception and lower stigma against those living with HIV/AIDS

I met Reny today in Nabire, Papua. She found out that she was HIV status in 2011.  At her worst point she weighed only just 16kg. After undergoing Anti Retroviral Therapy for almost 3 years, her health has greatly improved and she now weighs 36kg. Reny stands no more than 4ft 5inches but she has the heart of a giant. She is one of only a handful of people that has opened their status publicly in Nabire.  Reny wakes up every morning and volunteers at 2 clinics in town providing supports to those in her community who are living with HIV/AIDS.  I will be featuring Reny’s story on an upcoming health campaign that focuses on lowering stigma against people living with HIV/AIDS in Tanah Papua. Photo by @andritambunan supported by @photophanthropy #activistaward #photo4change

I met Reny today in Nabire, Papua. She found out that she was HIV status in 2011. At her worst point she weighed only just 16kg. After undergoing Anti Retroviral Therapy for almost 3 years, her health has greatly improved and she now weighs 36kg. Reny stands no more than 4ft 5inches but she has the heart of a giant. She is one of only a handful of people that has opened their status publicly in Nabire. Reny wakes up every morning and volunteers at 2 clinics in town providing supports to those in her community who are living with HIV/AIDS. I will be featuring Reny’s story on an upcoming health campaign that focuses on lowering stigma against people living with HIV/AIDS in Tanah Papua. Photo by @andritambunan supported by @photophanthropy #activistaward #photo4change

Tagged with:  #activistaward  #photo4change

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