Humans of the Camino, an exhibition featuring 20 intimate Camino portraits by Belfast-based photographer and journalist Joe Laverty, is now open at CaminoWays.com offices.
The Camino-inspired photography exhibition was launched at this year’s St James Day celebrations and opening of CaminoWays.com new premises at 22 Blackpitts, Dublin 8.
The new office was officially open by Today FM DJ and Camino fan, Phil Cawley, who is heading to the Camino de Santiago for the third time this September with a group of 40 listeners on his Cawley Camino.
From humble beginnings in director Roland Monsegu’s kitchen in 2010, CaminoWays.com now employs a talented and multicultural team of 25 people in Dublin. Other brands have joined the CaminoWays.com family in recent years such as IrelandWays.com, FrancigenaWays.com and TrekkingBug.com.
The whole CaminoWays.com team would like to thank all the clients, media and partners for their continued support, and particularly those who came along on Thursday 21st July to celebrate St James Day with us and declare our new offices officially open! Pictures of the event can be found on the CaminoWays.com Facebook page.
About Humans of the Camino and Joe
Joe is an Irish photographer, based in Belfast. He first walked the Camino de Santiago in 2007, returning in 2014 and again in 2015. He has been documenting the stories of fellow pilgrims that he has met through portrait photographs and excerpts from their long conversations, through his Humans of the Camino series.
Joe has long been a fan of slow travel and slow journalism. The Humans of the Camino portraits of fellow pilgrims exude that familiarity with the subject, that can only come about by time spent together. He is a regular contributor to Freckle Magazine & The Thin Air.
Humans of the Camino exhibition is open until 21st August and can be visited at CaminoWays.com offices in 22 Blackpitts, from Monday to Saturday. Admission is free.
For more information about the exhibition and our Camino Routes contact the CaminoWays.com travel specialists