Photography has the ability to create a profound impact on the way we think, feel and live. A good photograph can shake our perspective, but great ones serve as a testimony to life, culture and everything that’s happening beyond the image’s frame. To some extent all we will ever know is our own experience of life but photos allow us a unique glimpse into different windows of the world. For eras they have been uniting all of humanity through the wide range of emotions we have in common – love, sadness, fear, joy, despair, inspiration, desire and hope. We’re all doing the best we can and sometimes struggle against the adversity and uncertainty that life presents us.
These photographs reflect the beauties and horrors of this world. We hope they will inspire, mesmerize and rattle your cages. The titles are compiled from speeches made by Charlie Chaplin in The Great Dictator and Professor Louis Levy in Crimes and Misdemeanors. Take a look we are sure you won’t forget them anytime soon.