Can you imagine everyone in the world taking a photograph simultaneously?
Can you imagine the feelings of connection, peace, and excitement this moment would bring?
Can you imagine the impact? … We can … Please join us on November 11th!
Worldwide Moment is a not-for-profit simultaneous photography event to create international art and cultural awareness.
Join us! It’s easy!
All you have to do is take a photograph of your world, your life, your story at the moment of 11.11.11@11:11AM NY time. Remember there are different time zones all around the world, so be sure to check what time this moment corresponds to in your city and time zone. Then take a photo at that moment and celebrate with thousands of people around the world!
Capture a moment of love, a moment of suffering, a moment of inspiration, a moment of injustice, a moment of freedom, a moment of banality, or a message to the world. Plan your moment. Or don’t. Whatever you want. All we ask is that you shoot your photograph at the right moment.
After the Moment occurs, you’ll be able to upload your photo, location, and a short story to our website www.WorldwideMoment.org where you can view the results as they’re submitted.
Worldwide Moment is a way for us to learn from each other. Share with each other. Connect with each other. Become inspired by each other. Create together. Close the door on fear and ignorance. And shine some light on how similar we are.
Whether amateur or professional, film or digital, Polaroid or camera phone, young or old, this is for EVERYONE. All you have to do is take a photograph at the right Moment.
Thank you for your support! We hope you’ll join us!
— Brett Brownell Founder, Worldwide Moment
***Brett founded Worldwide Moment in 2007. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts and co-founder of the film & media production company Astorya Entertainment. Worldwide Moment has been featured in the Chicago Tribune, Florida’s Southeast Gallery of Photographic Art, and has received photograph submissions from participants such as Yoko Ono, the DISH-TV Earth-orbiting satellite, an American soldier in Afghanistan, his four-year-old son in Ohio, and citizens from more than 70 countries worldwide.