Rebecca Gaal is a humanitarian photographer and creative strategist trained in public health and environmental science who helps organizations bridge the gap between human health and the environment. She crafts narratives and finds unique ways to blend art with information/data to share important messages with the world.
Jay is a well known rock'n roll photographer who is often featured in Rolling Stone and numerous other publications. Jay has generously been covering Seva's benefit concerts for many years.
On Karl's website you can take a tour of Seva's sight programs in Cambodia. You'll recognize many of the photos from our website and publications.
Brian has made a huge contribution to our work over the years, having captured many wonderful shots of our programs around the world.
Scott has a special passion for Native American culture, and uses his photography as a way of benefiting Native American communities.
Bob has captured wonderful images of Seva benefit concerts over the years. You'll enjoy browsing his gallery.
Brenda Dawson Dove
Brenda is a Berkeley-based photojournalist who documents humanitarian efforts and events. She used to be a newspaper reporter and believes every photograph should tell a story.
Cambodian pediatric patient photo by Karl Grobl.
Jon has been donating his work to Seva for over ten years. You've probably admired his photos in our Gifts of Sight catalog and gift cards.
In this interview, Jon talks about the message he's trying to convey through his portrait photography — and how he gets people to smile!
Geoff Oliver Bugbee
Barbara "Txi" Hannah
Alison M. Jones
Jennifer Ren Terry
Tibet Development Fund Staff
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