Stories of our Times

Nancy Fina’s series of photographs transforms fear and intolerance into beauty, joy and humanity, while inspiring dialogue and inclusion, emotional intelligence and fresh ways of seeing our world.

“DON’T JUDGE”   
Hate crimes are motivated by religion and nearly by the victim’s sexual orientation.

All the horror, greed, fear, lying, war, anger, intolerance  is a colossal waste of time for mankind. Only we the human race can end this negative spiral.

As a visual storyteller I sneak my stories into people’s eyes before their minds shut them out. Through bright colors and shocking humanity I recount sad and emotional stories, but also communicate the uplifting and energetic stories of our times.

“Stories of our times” is about tolerance, caring, love, stories about being single, about aging, about injustice, about women, about abuse, about global migration, about our planet, about being broke, about LGBT.
Our  intent through my images is to transform fear and intolerance into beauty, joy and humanity, while inspiring dialogue and inclusion, emotional intelligence and fresh ways of seeing our world.

The innovation is to create a new path using creativity, fantasy & surreal esthetics to send a carefully crafted, subversive and strong social message to impact people’s  perspectives on life.To catalyze a change in the way we see our world.

“TWO NORMAL LITTLE GIRLS”
One is thinking of Mini skirts and Make up and Music
The other is thinking of who she will be forced to marry.

‘Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented. Sometimes we must interfere’.  

Elie Wiesel

“TIME TO BLOOM”
An Afghan girl has more chance of dying in childbirth than graduating from high school.
Time to educate these girls so they can bloom and participate in creating a better future. 

“DON’T JUDGE”   
Hate crimes are motivated by religion and nearly by the victim’s sexual orientation.

“TIME TO BLOOM”
An Afghan girl has more chance of dying in childbirth than graduating from high school.Time to educate these girls so they can bloom and participate in creating a better future.

“TWO NORMAL LITTLE GIRLS”
One is thinking of Mini skirts and Make up and MusicThe other is thinking of who she will be forced to marry.

A Japanese girl’s average marriage age is 29.3An Afghan’s average marriage age is 15-16.

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Credit:
Nancy Fina, Mission driven Contemporary Art Photographer &Transformational Speaker in collaboration with Michael Dye – Celebrity stylist

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