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Fall 2016 Issue

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Fall 2016 Issue

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Jerome Jarre believes that if your online life is better than your real life, then you need to get off the internet. It was a lesson he learned as a teenager who struggled socially, despite his status as one of the top users on the viral, early-2000s French blogging site, Skyblog. Yet you would never suspect this if you follow him today. He’s courageous, outgoing, and inspiring, but most of all, he’s on a mission to change the world—and not just the digital one.

For "The Humanity Issue" of Resource Magazine, we spent a couple days in New York City with Jerome Jarre to discuss his plans to better the world with social media. This cover story was photographed by Chief Photographer David Johnson.

Also in this issue:

- Resource Travel Editor Michael Bonocore explores the ocean paradises of Tahiti and Fakarava, from free diving with sharks to catching waves with pro surfers.  

- Photography is on the rise in refugee camps across the world. Get an inside look at the imagery captured by refugee children, and experience what it’s really like to grow up in a Syrian refugee camp.

- Guest Editor and Chief Photographer Natalie Brasington guides us through 25 years of Art Start, a non-profit that “connects NYC underserved youth to NYC artists via the creative process.”

- Photojournalist and VII Co-founder Ron Haviv discusses his life and career photographing the world’s most devastating conflict. Meet the photographers changing what it means to be a woman in the industry. See what happens when the police target photographers, how to avoid arrest, and more.

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Jerome Jarre believes that if your online life is better than your real life, then you need to get off the internet. It was a lesson he learned as a teenager who struggled socially, despite his status as one of the top users on the viral, early-2000s French blogging site, Skyblog. Yet you would never suspect this if you follow him today. He’s courageous, outgoing, and inspiring, but most of all, he’s on a mission to change the world—and not just the digital one.

For "The Humanity Issue" of Resource Magazine, we spent a couple days in New York City with Jerome Jarre to discuss his plans to better the world with social media. This cover story was photographed by Chief Photographer David Johnson.

Also in this issue:

- Resource Travel Editor Michael Bonocore explores the ocean paradises of Tahiti and Fakarava, from free diving with sharks to catching waves with pro surfers.  

- Photography is on the rise in refugee camps across the world. Get an inside look at the imagery captured by refugee children, and experience what it’s really like to grow up in a Syrian refugee camp.

- Guest Editor and Chief Photographer Natalie Brasington guides us through 25 years of Art Start, a non-profit that “connects NYC underserved youth to NYC artists via the creative process.”

- Photojournalist and VII Co-founder Ron Haviv discusses his life and career photographing the world’s most devastating conflict. Meet the photographers changing what it means to be a woman in the industry. See what happens when the police target photographers, how to avoid arrest, and more.