The intersection of psychological anthropology with ethnographic film
Willow Paule (b. 1981) is a photographer and educator who splits her time between the US and Southeast Asia. With employment experience in social work and education, Willow now primarily focuses on photography in Indonesia and the US. She photographs people and their communities, a continuation of her interest in social justice. Paule is a Fulbright alumna and she teaches photography courses in Phoenix, Arizona and abroad.
Willow's images are used by Indonesian and American nonprofits and human rights organizations and have been exhibited in the US and Indonesia. She is a contributor for The Jakarta Post and Inside Indonesia and she has a fascination with social justice initiatives that center around prisoners. To see more of Willow's work, visit her website: www.willowpaule.com or her blog: www.willowpaule.com/blog.