In 2012 Doug worked in Uganda, Romania, Belgium and Ecuador.
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In March of 2012 Doug traveled to Uganda to photograph and video; A) a new library in a remote village, part of the Reading with Africa project of the John Flippo family. B) Mark Kiyimba's New Life School and C) a project for the NEA involving the Gay and Lesbian community in Uganda(homosexuality is a crime in Uganda).
This is a photography book documenting the castles built by the Europeans along the coast of Africa to hold slaves during the slave trading years. About 30 of these grim, historic structures still exist today. Doug Henderson and Greg Merrell went to Africa during the summer of 2010 to photograph this project. See 24 of the 4,600 images here. Read about the trip on Doug's blog, or on the website set up for the project. www.slaveryscastles.com Check back here for news on upcoming exhibits featuring the photography of Slavery's Castles.
Doug Henderson and Greg Merrell's photography exhibit of Africa's Slave Castles, Doors of No Return was recently displayed in Antwerp, Belgium and will be on exhibit in the Oklahoma State Capital's North Gallery in 2013, from June 24 through August 25. This exhibit has also displayed in Philbrook Museum of Art's main rotunda and at Tulsa Community College.
Doug went to Uganda to photograph an AIDS orphange and other projects. See the pictures here.
This state of the art office building is decorated exclusively with Douglas Henderson's photography, including one photo 25-feet tall, 7 feet wide. Stop by 1320 S. Lewis in Tulsa, Oklahoma and check it out.
Doug had open heart surgery on Jan 26,2010. If you want to see the pictures of the actual surgery and read Doug's own story click here. But it's pretty graphic so think before you click.
So...are you going to just keep surfing the web or are you going to call Doug? 918-688-9606