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One-of-A-Kind Soul and Spirit

“ My photography is committed to ….unrehearsed moments of human expression.” ~Cherel Ito  Cherel Ito’s work as a producer and editor in the filmmaking industry was a natural extension of her photography. Her interests led her to produce and edit … Continue reading

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Poverty Plights

“Entering the Ozarks…a place I can’t touch with words…stopped to photograph……never afraid of the stranger…my smile never died.” ~ Cherel Ito  From the photographic journeys that Cherel Ito took through Mississippi, Louisiana and the Ozark Mountains in the 1970s, one … Continue reading

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Character Adds Strength

“I still find Japan hard to describe. It is more like praying.” ~ Cherel Ito  Nine days before catastrophic events hit Japan, a blog entitled “Harmony among People” was featured on this blog site Through the Lens of Her Camera: … Continue reading

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Women Connecting Globally

“Sometimes the space where we met stands still.” ~ Cherel Ito  It is International Women’s Day! When this image of mother and child was taken by photographer Cherel Ito http://www.throughthelensofhercamera.com  in Nepal in 1978, there was not the connectedness among … Continue reading

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Harmony among People

 “My photography is committed to the discovery of the basic spirit of human beings in their natural environment.” ~ Cherel Ito  Cherel Ito’s photography is retained in a permanent collection in the National Museum of Women in the Arts in … Continue reading

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Documenting the Past

“..only two obstacles – camera broken and Indians refuse photos, But I take it all into my heart.” ~ Cheryl Ito Many of Cherel Ito’s photographic journeys took her to places outside of the United States. During the late 1960’s … Continue reading

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A Sociological Study in Cultures

“There aren’t as many unanswerables as one might think. Thought in it’s purest form is a basis for sanity, curiosity, awareness.” ~ Cherel Ito   The book Through the Lens of Her Camera is a study in sociology, of sorts. This … Continue reading

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