Photographic Journey through the holy land with local pmb Photographer.

Photographic Journey through the holy land with local pmb Photographer.

Dante kemp, a Pietermaritzburg based photographer, has been selected to become a human rights activist in the most contested land in the world. For three months, he will be documenting the life, of ordinary Israeli & Palestinian people through his photography. Engaging with Israeli Christians, Jews, and Palestinians.

The humanitarian programme, as part of the world council of churches, in response to a call from the local Heads of Churches in Jerusalem that brings internationals to the West Bank. Since 2002, over 1,500 volunteers have come for 3 months to be Ecumenical Accompaniers (EAs).
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Dante Kemp, a community arts & culture activist, Born and bred in Pietermaritzburg to a British father and a Zulu mother, Kemp always knew he was different and had a flare for the arts from a young age. He experience has allowed him to photographically document on South Africa’s 22 years of a democratic society, a documentary called Ubuntuology, in the search for the soul of a nation, whilst campaigning for this documentary, saw a further, need to create a platform for emerging photographers, models, fashion designers & musicians.
Thus My Shot on Location, was born, which has seen 10 public events, & one in Vancouver in Canada. The campaigns are for raw content for the documentary. Local businesses such as Blu Gel Hair Studios, provide their skills in professional hair & make up for models, for past & future photography events.

Raised in a new democracy. Kemp wants to understand, the reality of apartheid in the holy land, and how the perception of this word has been used in the most contested land on the planet.
His Latest campaign takes him to Israel & the west bank, with a camera on hand he will be joining an international team of Ecumenical Accompaniers from all over the world. The purpose of his campaign will be to witness, engage, and change. Monitoring of human rights violations, standing with local peace & human rights groups, and most importantly to have an impartiality towards both cultures. Provide Advocacy, & a nonviolence approach.

He departs for the holy land on freedom day 27th April 2016 in commemoration of our own South African freedom and returns on the 27 of July 2016. To follow his journey through “God’s Journal” on Facebook. To view his work. Please visit www.myshotonlocation.weebly.com or www.ubuntuology2016.weebly.com