Hispanic Health Projects/AmeriCorps/Idaho Community Health Corps 2006-2009 Role: Multimedia specialist Used photographic methods to document programs, created educational materials, recorded and edited medical ethnographic documentaries on diabetes, designed poster illustrations, and I designed and managed their website.
Documenting the lived experience and human condition
The stories I’ve told and the people I’ve met have left an indelible mark that I will carry with me forever. Their willingness and trust in sharing their stories with me is a trust and a bond that I respect and cherish.
Stories and Projects that are told through the mixture of audio, photo, video, and written stories.
“We know homelessness, we know strife, and we know hopelessness. That is why we are compelled and somewhat obligated to help others in need. That is why our passion lies within helping others. ” Joel Longanecker “We know what it’s like to be housed and have […]
Mary Anne Funk is working independently and in conjunction with several organizations and the community in and around Portland, Oregon to develop a series of photo-essays, audio stories and documentaries focused on moments in time, the human condition, advocacy, social marginalization, and community caring. These […]
Be the Constant: Genevieve Cochran. Photo Essay and audio interview by Mary Anne Funk Listen to her story: Meet Genevieve Cochran, a lady with a heart of gold and an energy level that most 18 year olds can’t keep up with. Genevieve was a volunteer […]