Rabab & the Maskateers Look

Robyn and I met through the Maskateers, and quickly recognised a shared passion for altruism. What began as a personal gesture for close friends and family, soon led to involvement in the community mask-making project, and eventually branched into a custom face covering service for anyone who might possibly need one. We worked separately but together, supporting each other, sharing ideas, and exchanging photos of finished works. Although the work was long, repetitive, and physically trying, it was also tremendously rewarding. Every time we see a mask made by our hands in the community, it fills our hearts with joy.