New York, NY (PRWEB) April 21, 2010
At Baboo Digital Imaging in Manhattan, Brain Injury Surviving Photographer Defies Limits, Shows Work Shot In Southern Lebanon Showing UNIFIL , Cluster Bomb Deminers.
UCLA (1985) graduate, Hugh Chatfield knows about hope. Inspired by noted photojournalist, Samantha Appleton, Chatfield learned of the 2006 Beirut antigovernment encampment and overcame his brain injury to travel to Lebanon and work as a photojournalist. Chatfield's work will be on exhibit in three 24"x36" images in Baboo Digital Imaging's 37 West 20th Street Gallery. baboodigital.com Am award winning writer and stand up comedian, Chatfield is a renaissance man, despite his brain injury. Chatfield also gives inspirational comedy talks to brain injured veterans of Iraq/Afghanistan (see Jan 15th and March 8th releases and attached note from a brain injured vetera) and performs in Gotham Comedy Clubs New Talent shows. Chatfield now has a suucessful career as a portrait photographer, see hughchatfield.com
Chatfield has found that his brain injury has given him a unique ability to relate to special needs children and find their smiles http://www.hughchatfieldphotographs.com/#a=0&at=0&mi=2&pt=1π=10000&s=0&p=0