Multimedia project “THE REBIRTH” – Syria 09/2012

September 10th, 2012

I take great pleasure in announcing “THE REBIRTH” an audio-visual project to help the victims of the ongoing crisis in Syria. You can watch the video here

It features a breathtaking new song composed by Jo Blankenburg, with vocals by Maya Haddi. The video consists of photographs captured during my visit to Syria in 2010, along with poetry by Nitish Raina.

We will be selling the song on iTunes for 0.99$, with all proceeds going to the International Committee of the Red Cross for Syria.
You can help the affected people in Syria by buying the song on iTunes for 0.99$: http://tinyurl.com/9jmjc53

 


Published on September 10th, 2012 by Andy Fox. Comments Closed

Photo Collection ” Rays of Hope”, Syria

April 23rd, 2011

Dedicated to all the friendly people I met while traveling through Syria sending them courage: http://web49.server2.bf-easy-webhosting.de/publish/html/index.html#portfolio?category=1&series=12


Published on April 23rd, 2011 by Andy Fox. 4 Comments

Photo Trip – Syrian Arab Republic and Lebanon #2

May 8th, 2010

Some first impressions of my photo documentation trip traveling through the friendly and open-minded Syrian Arab Republic and Lebanon:

Beirut @ night

Women waiting for the pickup bus at Krak des Chevaliers, Syria

Young woman in the sukh market of Aleppo, Syria

Craftsman with his ancient sewing machine, Aleppo, Syria

Chilling camel at a hairpin curve at Krak des Chevaliers, Syria


Published on May 8th, 2010 by Andy Fox. 10 Comments

Photo Trip – Syrian Arab Republic #1

April 14th, 2010

Basically it’s a hell of a mission connecting to the internet when you are traveling rudimentary in Syria. But eventually we managed to sneak into an open WLAN in Hama, our second stop after the last two days spending in the capital of Syria, Damascus, the eldest inhabitant city of the world. And you can feel and anticipate the age and tradition sparkling out of the rugged buildings. The people are one of the friendliest I’ve ever met – open-minded and interested in foreign culture and humans. Coincidentally we already met two journalists who gave us a bit of an impetus in syrian history. Well, a bit of a downside: facebook and other social networks are filtered and not accessible here in Hama…hm…we’ve to respect that…for sure!

The view from our tiny hotel room into the vivid night of Damascus

Comfortably traveling in a bus from Damascus to Hama with my friend Thomas amongst the other curious passengers

Getting my beard trimmed at a really friendly barber in Hama


Published on April 14th, 2010 by Andy Fox. 36 Comments