Marco dedicates a major portion of his time telling the inspiring story of children and the organizations which serve them. From his early career as a photojournalist in the inner city of Detroit, Marco developed a heart for disadvantaged children of the world. He continued to the document the lives of children on American Indian Reservations in the United States and Canada, and created documentaries on the indigenous people of Mexico and Central America. Some of the projects included:
Children’s Home of Detroit
Children’s Home of Detroit provides specialized residential and respite treatment programs for emotionally, mentally and physically challenged children.
“Marco has been a wonderful resource for the Children’s Home. He has freely shared of his time and talent over the years by helping us tremendously to tell our story to the community, and to supporters through our annual report and other publications. He treats each child with tender care. Working with Marco is a true pleasure and we are grateful to be the recipient of his high caliber work. Furthermore, Marco’s creative style of photography has allowed us to introduce our organization to many new donors by sharing stories of the special children we serve.”
DEBORAH A. LIEDEL, DIRECTOR PUBLIC RELATIONS & COMMUNITY SERVICES, CHILDREN’S HOME OF DETROIT
IMA School, Guatemala City, Guatemala
IMA ministers to the underprivileged girls of Guatemala, providing hope and dignity through education and Christian training.
“Marco has the unique ability to express the essence of our organization. Marco captured that hope in the eyes and on the faces of our students through his photography.”
SHARI CIOTTI, CO-FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT OF IMA INTERNATIONAL
Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children
A 100 year old school that provides an education for children suffering from blindness and other disabilities.
“Marco is able to capture the true spirit and magic of the children here at Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children. He is a consummate professional and his love of photography and children is obvious.”
JILLIAN M. GEORGES, DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS ASSOCIATE. WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL FOR BLIND CHILDREN
HOINA Orphanages, India
Provides food, shelter, medical attention and education to orphaned and/ or handicapped children.
“Marco treated our children with sensitivity and compassion, qualities that are immediately evident in his beautiful and moving photography.”
DARLENE LAGE, FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR, HOINA
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Marco Mancinelli PHOTOGRAPHY
23385 Glenwood Street
Clinton Township, MI 48035
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Phone: 586-243-5226