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British Photographer Captures Beautiful Images of Indigenous People

British Photographer Captures Beautiful Images of Indigenous People

Posted By Toyacoyah Brown September 18th, 2017 Last Updated on: September 18th, 2017

Bryan Downey is a British photographer, currently based in New York. He's a portrait photographer whose work has been seen in various magazines and online publications. He's currently working with the Shinnecock Nation with their photography needs but wants to explore other Native communities across the country.

Beautiful images right? He has reached out to Cherokee, Navajo and Pawnee Nations, looking for permission and their blessing to photograph people in the community. Are you interested in being photographed? Bryan does not charge to take the photos, and all photos will be released to the tribe and subjects for their own use. He is willing to travel to your community at any time, so don't be shy!

If anyone out there would like to reach out to Bryan and be photographed, please contact him via email at [email protected] or phone at 516-768-5974.




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  1. I DONT THRUST THE BRITISH/REMBER WHAT THE WHITE PEOPLE DID TO US. ARE PEOPLE WALK THE TRAIL OF tears 800 MILES.MY( DAD’S,)DAD WAS THERE. MY DAD DIED ABOUT 4YEARS A GO AND IM HAVING TROUBLE BEING RECANIZED AS ACHEROKEE I TRYED THAT FOR ABOUT 26 YEARS NOW ,I DONT HAVE 1800 DOLLARS TO HAVE IT.I DONT WANT TO BE CLOWN& I DONT WANT CHIPED.( I WANT TO STAY THEWAY THE GREAT (SPIRIT )GOD MADE ME I WANT TO STAY THAT WAY,TILL HE CALLS ME HOME.

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