Over the past 45 years photographer Linda Wolf has lived and traveled world-wide collecting portraits of women. Her work celebrates the inherent dignity of all women—inclusive of culture, race, color, shape, size, age, religious affiliation, spiritual belief, sexual orientation, abilities, and life experience. Her images celebrate the strengths that make each woman a full woman—to be valued and respected simply as women: resilience, heart, wisdom, intelligence, compassion, experience, intuition, beauty, love. Mostly contemporary, the images were taken in China, Thailand, India, Mexico, Guatemala, the USA, Europe, Africa, Iran, and Israel/Palestine.
“Full Woman,” the song that inspired this video, was graciously donated for use by the composer, Rachel Bagby. For more info about the dream that gave birth to “Full Woman” go to ez.com/fullwoman
Thanks to Philip Meadows for gorgeous enhancements and Willow McDonough for her expert editing assistance. This video was produced, directed and photographed by Linda Wolf for the Daughters Sisters Project—an arm of the nonprofit organization Teen Talking Circles—thanks to generous gifts from friends. Teen Talking Circles mission is to provide “a safe space for young people to tell the truth and practice compassionate listening.” For more information go to daughters-sisters.org.