These photographic collections by Clare Littleton are the culmination of her extensive field research as an anthropologist and photographer into Tibet, Jordan, Ethiopia. Her unique perspective on the world is breathtaking.  During a  research trip to Tibet studying the culture and plight of survival of the yak skin coracle boat makers, Clare  also worked for The Tibetan Information Network in a campaign for human rights. Years later in Ethiopia identifying the primary subsistence of groups/gangs of street children as urban hunter-gatherers. and  Jordan to live with the Bedouin in the cave city of Petra as an artist and as a guest of the Jordan Badia Research and Development Program. 



“The bee collects honey from flowers in such a way to do the least damage or destruction to them,
and he leaves them whole, undamaged and fresh, just as he found them”

Saint Francis de Sales


  • When you sleep in a house your thoughts are as high as the ceiling, when you sleep outside, they are as high as the stars

  • No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path