Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Dream Big Princess!

Disney’s Empowering Dream Big Princess Photography Campaign to Be Exhibited at United Nations in NYC!


Photos Courtesy of Disney

Disney's empowering #DreamBigPrincess photograph series will be going on display as an exhibit at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City starting tomorrow.  We are fortunate enough to be going to the preview event and will bring you all the amazing details!

The exhibit will be on display through the first week of January in collaboration with Girl Up and UNICEF. The images by 19 female photographers from 15 countries showcase the inspiring stories of real-world girls and women. 

The Dream Big Princess initiative was launched in 2016 and taps into the power of Disney Princess stories to encourage kids to follow their dreams. “Imagine a world where every girl follows her dream, and is safe, healthy, and can go to school,” said Paloma Escudero, Director of Communications for UNICEF.

During the campaign time frame Disney donated one dollar to Girl Up for each like or share of a #DreamBigPrincess photo. Since their debut in August, the images have been liked and shared millions of times! Thousands of people also posted their own inspiring images using #DreamBigPrincess. A select number of these images will be exhibited alongside the original photographs.

You can watch the Dream Big Princess highlight video here

The exhibit is proudly presented by UNICEF, United Nations Foundation Girl Up, and Disney, and co-hosted by the Permanent Missions of Brazil, Germany, India, and Kenya.

The exhibit will be open for public viewing in the UN visitors lobby via pre-scheduled guided tours Monday-Friday. For more details please visit


  1. I love the message that as women we can be princesses and powerful at the same time. It looks like it will be an amazing exhibit.

    1. It was fabulous. The photography is inspirational. I will share some photographs soon.

  2. This sounds really neat. I might check it out when I visit this weekend.

    1. If you get the opportunity to work it in for a half hour you will enjoy it #dreambigprincess