|Award-winning photographer, Tom Goldner uses his art to effect social change.
He has a strong passion for photo-documentary and sustainable community growth and development. During 2011, Tom travelled to Lake Volta, a fishing community in Ghana in which human trafficking is rife. During this trip he photographically documented the stories of the adults and children he lived with. The images he captured formed the basis of his inaugural Photo for Freedom exhibition ‘Volta’, through which he raised funds for the non-for-profit YGAP and began a community education campaign about the realities of the human trafficking trade.
Tom plans to continue to document the stories of vulnerable communities and effect social change through his photographic projects.