Andrea Stultiens (b. 1974) makes, collects, and writes about photographs. She has done several projects in Uganda, where she is trying to find alternative ways to deal with the country’s history using photographs from vernacular collections. Her books include Kerkdorp – Polderdorp, Low Land – High Hills and In Almost Every Picture #2 [with Erik Kessels] and Komm, mein Mädchen, in die Berge. She is now working on Reasons to Smile, on the transition of analog to digital photography. The Kaddu Wasswa Archive was nominated as one of the best Dutch photobooks of 2009–2010 by the Foto Kees Scherer Award and chosen as one of the best photobooks of 2010 by Photo-Eye. Her work is currently showing as part of the “Transitions Rochester” exhibit at the George Eastman House, and will also be on display at the National Museum of Rwanda and the Lagos Photo Festival later this year.