Camille Dohrn traces her love of photography to early childhood. A favorite uncle’s images from the Peace Corps captivated her and made tangible the stories of other lives in a far away place. The same uncle later became her photography teacher and mentor.
After years of being a mom with a camera, she felt compelled to put it into service, telling stories that needed to be heard. In 2007, she traveled to India to work with Tibetan refugee children, mentoring and assisting in telling their stories photographically. She currently works with local organizations documenting change- making projects to help create visibility for their programs. She continues to shoot portraits and loves the challenge of telling stories through individual images as well as through photo essays and multi-media.
who we serve
We serve families with children, ages 18 & under, facing life-threatening conditions. We also serve families with terminally-ill parents nearing end-of-life, who have children ages 18 & under. Learn more