We took several photos and stayed for a while to listen as they played. In the end they took a picture of us all together. We had a great time and we would like to repeat.
“I like to see how Danza Down, Compañía Elías Lafuente works with dancers with disabilities. It is beautiful and curious to see how professionals of different arts are engaged in this world, a world that most people do not care about.” -Paco Santos
“My father works at sea, and I enjoy taking photographs,” said Rafa Nuca, a photographer for NWN/Photo, a Spanish photo agency featuring the work of photographers with disabilities.
A beautiful video presentation featuring images by NWN Photography, our Spanish news bureau partners. “Nos, Why Not?” is an agency of photographers with intellectual disabilities working for inclusion, empowerment and visibility of people with disabilities through photography.
To take living things in your hands is wonderful, a special feeling. I enjoyed trying seaweed.
In the film, “True Smile,” two brothers, Sergio Aznárez Rosado (who is blind and autistic) and Juan Manuel Rosado), ride a tandem bike from Spain to Morocco.
Our Lady of Captives Procession, Holy Week 2016, Ferrol, Spain. This 400-year-old tradition is the first photo-feature by our Spanish news bureau, NWN Photography, an agency of photographers with intellectual disabilities working for new opportunities for inclusion, creativity, fun and cultural understanding through photography.