What ever happened to those people in New Orleans after the hurricane, in Japan after the Earthquake, in Bangladesh after the Tsunami? These are the people forgotten by the media, who must go on after devastating natural disasters have forced them from their homes, many times their families. Often they are left with nothing but a trinket or the memories of life before.
Unintended Journeys, a Smithsonian collaboration with Magnum Photos provided us with a glimpse of people the media forgot. But the exhibit is not all doom and gloom but a picture of people continuing on in spite of obstacles, adapting to change and ultimately finding new lives in a tumultuous world often created by humans themselves.
McCall Photographics provided all color control, printing and mounting for the exhibit photography. The exhibit was on display from February 7 – August 13, 2014 at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.