rare diseases, rare lives
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RARE LIVES is a pilot project on rare diseases developed in 7 European countries with the support of Sanofi Genzyme.
A photographic journey across Europe with the goal to investigate needs, hopes, difficulties, but, above all, joys and daily achievements of those suffering from a rare disease.
COUNTRIES VISITED7FAMILIES INVOLVED
PUBLICATIONS IN THE MAJOR EUROPEAN MAGAZINES
TALKS: ITALIAN PARLIAMENT, THE ITALIAN INSTITUTE OF HEALTH, THE MAKER FAIRE
EURO RAISED IN A 3 MONTHS ONLINE CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN
28KTHE LIKES ON THE ITALIAN FEDERATION OF RARE DISEASES FACEBOOK PAGE2X
THE SOCIAL CONNECTION
We found the extraordinary within the ordinary and focusing the public eye on it, in a way that is personal yet informative.
THE EMOTIONAL IMPACT
We used documentary photography to provoke feelings and create associations within the viewers minds.
THE PRACTICAL USE
We provided educational as well as emotional content to used in various types of campaigns online, in print or on billboards.
HOW WE DID THATOUR STRATEGY
EMPATHY (human sensitivity)
INFORMATION (informative data)
ENRICHMENT, ENGAGEMENT, CAPTURE of a SUPPORTIVE AUDIENCE
Photojournalism is the language of truth and the catalyst of action.Images and the stories behind them, can transform your audience from a viewer to a participant.
A photographic voyage in the lives of people affected by particular diseases,
exposing their daily struggles, needs and hopes, is the most provoking way to
impact the public vision on this topic.
Only by witnessing the difficulties as well as joys of their daily conquests, can viewers comprehend the value behind brand business concept and allow them to develop a strong bond of trust, loyalty and long-term relationship with their consumers.
HOW WE USED THESE CONTENTS?
exhibitions in public and private spaces
exhibitions in events, fairs and galas
Contents for publications/offline medias
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