Bredt Bredthauer found himself, in June 2013, running through Taksim Square, trying to avoid tear gas canisters and water cannons while taking pictures with an iPhone 3s. He had spent the last two years haphazardly bicycling around the world without a camera. Since that moment, he has continued to travel internationally, using photography as a tool to tell stories and transcend the traditional barriers of language, nationality and religion. Photography has allowed him to interpret and understand adverse situations that he has witnessed, ranging the from human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia to economic hardships in post-earthquake Nepal.