Kenya water projects through the eyes of 3 top Instagramers

Kenya water projects through the eyes of 3 top Instagramers


Join the fight against Extreme Poverty took three top Instagramers, Benjamin HeathSteph Goralnick and Simone Bramante, to rural Kenya to document the impact of clean water projects a couple of weeks ago for World Water Day.

The Instagram celebrities, who each have a following of more than half a million followers, were able to beautifully capture the essence of the culture, spirit and lifestyle of the project beneficiaries, all in a few bite-size cell phone photos. Here’s a few of our favorites from their trip – we love how different their styles and perspectives are:

Benjamin Heath

A professional photographer from Los Angeles, Ben has worked for major companies including Nike, Levi’s, Uber, among many others.

Steph Goralnick

A freelance photographer from New York City, Steph studied graphic design at Pratt Institute. She serves clients ranging from The Museum of Modern Art to ImprovEverywhere, and has work published on the Rolling Stone Online among others.

Simone Bramante

Browse through Simone‘s Instagram account and you will be blown-away by the marvelous moments framed outside the box. As a digital creative director, his work ranges from being a  Getty Images photographer, developing branding for companies like Ferrari, and updating his social visual storytelling platforms.

Which Instagramer did it best? Tell us in a comment below.


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