The following is a crowdfunding campaign launched by photographer Chelsea Nelson. The photographer’s target goal for a trip to Africa can be made possible with your help today. To donate to support her trip to capture photographs in Rwanda a country with a unique culture and delicate history.
Chelsea is a photographer in Omaha, NE. She’s been into photography for about 6 years now. Recently, she’s been offered the opportunity to go to Rwanda, Africa for photography. This is a dream of hers, not only because of the photography, but the bigger picture of the whole trip: mission work. She would be working with orphans of the Imana Kids (an Orphan Care Ministry). Please help Chelsea, not only make her dreams come true, but also help the little ones in need.
Some of Chelsea’s works can be seen below.
These are less than a handful of Chelsea Nelson’s work. I am a fan of her work and donated to support her trip to Africa because I am eager to see her trip captured through her lens and angle. A photographer’s point of view is what people who adore photography look to view, but some are unaware of this fact.
Her point of view in this trip will be beautifully captured and expressed through her art. I look forward to seeing her photographs from her exploration and adventure.
I am a visual artist, graphic designer, photographer and blogger of Kenalsworld. I have enjoyed creating art since the age of 4 and continued to pursue a career in graphic design, web development, photography, and more. I compose digital drawings as well as real mediums, such as acrylic, graphite drawings, watercolor, pastel and oil. Art is a big part of my life and I am glad to be able to share it with my blog viewers and potentially the world. Being a photographer is not too far from being an artist because I do my best to capture people’s essence and presence. Everyone has a different personality and a still image can definitely capture that as a moment stopping time itself. I appreciate every visitor that visits my website so be sure to follow me below on Twitter and Facebook.