Farmers in developing countries are the unsung partners on research projects that ensure the continuing advancement of global food security. The HARVEST exhibition sought to celebrate the Vantha family’s generous contributions to development projects in Cambodia and pay respects to the late Mr Vantha’s sudden and untimely death.
Proceeds from the exhibition were used to cover the medical costs incurred in the final weeks of Mr Vantha’s life and assist with his family’s ongoing financial security, allowing his children to continue their education.
We felt privileged to contribute to such a worthwhile cause. From concept to execution we collaborated with the HARVEST team to curate the collection, articulate their messaging, and develop the creative direction for the project.
This was a pro bono project.