Lauren Sammon is an artist-photographer whose photographs demonstrate a typical day in Ugandan society. Sammon has documented people in Uganda engaging in their every day routines. As the viewer, you are drawn into the photos by the composition, the beautiful colors, and the daily activities of the people being photographed. View the striking photos and enjoy the cultural diversity of the Ugandan people.
Sammon is a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art. She has a strong conscience of social justice. Most of her photographs have been taken in northern Uganda. She has worked with a non-profit group called the Children of Hope Uganda (COH), serving as their Donor Representative to the United States and is an International Board Member. COH is designed to help children and their families devastated by civil war, poverty, hunger, and disease.
Lauren’s photographs are on display on the 2nd & 3rd floors at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences until October 11, 2010. Her photos can be viewed when the School is open. If you have further questions, please contact June Hund. June.firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-368-0722.