About the Book
Through the images of photographer Kevin Hayes, and interviews by Tony Luna of students, teachers, and activists, you get a sense of the development of the project and why it has come to mean so much to those who became engaged with its work.
Together, these images and words capture the essence, spirit and resilience of Music for Hope, inviting a new generation participants and supporters to become involved in securing its future for the next generation of young people.
The book runs to 43 pages with 16 colour and 5 black and white images.
Features & Details
Kevin Hayes is a freelance photographer based in the West Midlands of England. His work has involved documenting labour and social movement struggles, community campaigns, cultural celebrations and world music performers throughout the UK and in the Central American countries of El Salvador and Guatemala. His images of Central America have been exhibited in the UK and have been used extensively for NGO advocacy campaigns in Holland, France, Sweden and the United States. His photographs have been published internationally, including The Guardian, The Times, The New Statesman and The Mirror newspapers. He is a member of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ).