From April 5-17, 2013, photographer Hannah Satz exhibited her works at the Gallery Sa Tafona of Hotel La Residencia in Mallorca, Spain, with 100% of proceeds benefiting Lotus Outreach International. Despite inclement weather, the opening reception was packed with enthusiastic local and international patrons of the arts. To date, eight photographs sold to international buyers, netting €1400 for Lotus Outreach programs in India and Cambodia.
Born in Australia, Hannah lived in Jerusalem for many years, in India for five years, and has now lived in Mallorca for the past 10 years. As a photojournalist, her core interest has been photographing pilgrimages across the world. Hannah has also created several films on China, Bali, Bhutan, India, and has contributed footage to 1Giant Leap.
“Lotus Outreach resonates with me because it helps women and young girls as well as the most vulnerable populations,” shares Hannah. “In addition, my great admiration for Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche and Glenn Fawcett drove me to personally connect with the organization, which was recommended to me by a friend.”
A survivor of breast cancer, Hannah also felt compelled to put her energies toward bettering our world. “I feel that I was so lucky to have detected it early and felt that it was time to give back and help others.”
Please join us in thanking Hannah for donating her time and talents to the communities served by Lotus Outreach. For more information on the photography collection, please contact Hannah at [email protected].