The Brains Behind Humans of New York Wants You to Be His Interpreter
He's coming to Manila this January!
(SPOT.ph) You may have, once or twice, re-shared a photo from the Facebook page Humans of New York after reading an inspiring success story, a relatable anecdote, or a tear-jerking statement. What began as a photography project by Brandon Stanton in 2010 instantly became a hit as portraits and life stories from people in the City That Never Sleeps got countless hits and shares and, to date, has earned almost 20 million followers on Facebook. It also resulted in a couple of bestselling books.
In a post on social media on January 1, Stanton shared that he's coming to the Philippines and is "planning to swing through Manila for a few days toward the end of the month." He's looking for an interpreter who can help him with interviews, and probably do a Manila version of Humans of New York.
With the colorful lives of people in Manila, he definitely won't run out of faces to capture on camera and stories to tell to the world.
If interested, you can check out Humans of New York's Facebook page for details on how to apply.