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As a successful collaborative team, Daniel Farber Huang and Theresa Menders have partnered over the last 20 years as a husband and wife team. Huang+Menders' collaborative work is included in the permanent collections of numerous museums and historic institutions including the International Center of Photography, the New York Historical Society, the Museum of the City of New York, Museum of Chinese in America, the New York City Fire Museum, the Smithsonian and other cultural institutions.
"I was recently in Armenia, Colombia documenting street life and the local culture. As always, I depended on my OP/TECH USA straps to keep my gear secure and ready."Daniel Farber Huang
They focus on a wide range of social and cultural topics, with a particular emphasis on women’s and children’s issues locally and around the world.
Daniel Farber Huang and Theresa Menders are excited to be presenting at TEDxWilmington's annual conference "Limitless - Ideas Beyond Borders" on August 16! Their TEDx talk, "The Power of Faces," discusses what they've learned meeting and documenting people around the world.
This was taken in the Souda refugee camp on the island of Chios, Greece. Approximately 800 refugees are living in this camp, having to endure the coldest winter in 40 years. These refugees wait and wait to be interviewed, for an indeterminate amount of time. Many refugees have been living in camps like this for months on end and continue to do so.
I was recently in Armenia, Colombia documenting street life and the local culture. As always, I depended on my OP/TECH USA straps to keep my gear secure and ready.
I was very recently in the Republic of Vanuatu on the island of Maewo documenting female tribal chiefs in a remote village. Here I am in the village's open air kitchen as village women cook food in very smoky earthen ovens.
OP/TECH USA works underground too! This cave is near the Mount Yasur volcano on Tanna Island, Republic of Vanuatu. A historically important cave dug our of volcanic ash.