We recently received word from Blurb, the on-demand source for publishing book store quality books, that they thought our recently completed book titled, Capital of Hope, is fantastic! In fact, they thought it was so good, they will be printing additional quantities and using it to promote their unique book publishing service in their own marketing campaigns.
Blurb will be showcasing Capital of Hope at industry conferences, on their web site, at Blurb’s in-house sample library, and in presentations at Blurb’s offices in San Francisco.
Blurb has also notified us that they will be sharing Capital of Hope with publishing executives and others to demonstrate what people can create with the Blurb online service. We are thrilled that Blurb has recognized this collaborative project which we completed with photographer, Mark Tuschman. Mark’s captivating and emotional images document the effects of micro-finance on women in the town of Pokuase, near the capital of Ghana, Africa.
The reaction and response to this book has been incredible. It has generated a great deal of interest in creating other visual documentaries for organizations and NGO’s around the world. In fact, Mark will be recognized at the Pacific Health Summit, sponsored by the Gates Foundation, as the photographer of the year. He will be attending their annual event in London where his work will be on display along with Capital of Hope.