Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Faces of Travel

At Delta Air Lines, we actively seek diversity, boldly pursue equity, and consciously promote inclusion to create a sense of belonging for all people. We understand how important it is to represent and reflect the world we hope to bridge together. One of the many ways we are closing representation gaps is by accurately showcasing diverse groups traveling and sharing their stories. In order for people to feel welcomed while traveling, they need to first see themselves represented.

Faces of Travel is core to our long term commitment to increase representation and visibility within travel culture. Our campaign includes anthem films as well as a free visual library of images and videos available for all to use in travel content and visual communications. It features travelers of diverse backgrounds exploring different destinations around the globe to create more authentic and inclusive content. Learn more about the other actions we’re taking by visiting delta.com/DEI.

Faces of Travel Volume 2



When You See the World, the World Should See You

Meet the Songs

This adventurous family showed us the wild side of Cape Town. We’re happy to share some of the memorable moments on their journey.

Meet the Colemans

Follow the Colemans as they enjoy a day at the beach. We’re committed to sharing more accurate and authentic stories of diverse travelers.

Meet the Silvas

Take a walk with the Silvas roaming this wonderful earth. Travelers you may not have seen represented before, but from now on, you will.
About the Collection To usher in a new era of representation and extend the impact of Faces of Travel, we’ve partnered with Adobe Stock to share a collection with 200+ images and 40+ video clips showcasing travelers of different; races, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, disabilities and religions.
Behind the Scenes For the second year, we had the pleasure of working with photographer Seo Ju Park. In the behind the scenes video she shares her approach to capturing images that authentically represent the diversity of travelers from around the world and thoughts on why representation in travel culture matters to her.

Inspired Journeys

We hosted pop-up activations in Los Angeles at Westfield Century City and the ADCOLOR conference – the premier diversity gathering for creative professionals – as part of our commitment to increase representation and elevate emerging artists. Guests shared their favorite travel experiences, sketched in real time by eight diverse artists, and then received a digital copy of the artwork to keep sharing their unforgettable journeys.

Artist Shakes Hand and Documents a Travel Experience







Andersen Cupid is an artist based in Atlanta, GA with a passion for acrylic oil and digital paint. His unique artistic style is a seamless blend of traditional and digital techniques. His work has been featured at Sotheby's, The World Trade Center and more.





Cedric Smith, also known as “unCED” (pronounced un-SAID), is a visual artist in Atlanta, Georgia, who has worked for Delta for more than six years. He uses his art as a mode of storytelling, capturing life’s monumental and mundane moments.



Dominique Ramsey is an award-winning illustrator and designer based in Charlotte, North Carolina. Her work has been acknowledged by the Society of Illustrators, the Art Directors Club and 3x3 Illustration and showcased in galleries nationwide.  



Fernanda Pérez is a graphic designer and CEO of Marfil. Featured in magazines like Vanidades, Harper's Bazaar and Cosmopolitan, Marfil was born in 2019 after Fernanda decided to delve into textile design and reproduce her illustrations in a functional way. 



Jacob Headley is an illustrator, muralist and designer based in the Greater Toronto Area. He specializes in stylized, vibrant digital illustrations and wall murals. Jacob enjoys using various mediums, from digital art to painting on canvases and walls.  



Kelly Emmrich  is an animator, illustrator and writer based in Brooklyn, New York. She previously worked as a digital artist and beer label designer for Brewing Tree Beer Co. Most recently, she graduated with her MFA in animation from Pratt Institute. 



Rubén Alvarez, also known as RRRRUBE, is a visual artist and storyteller based in Guadalajara, Jalisco. In his multidisciplinary artwork, he experiments and explores diverse techniques, formats and concepts around human connection, love and spirituality. 



Rymie is an illustrator and muralist. Her work spans a variety of mediums and is best described as “queer, wiggly characters interacting with color and nature.” Rymie is interested in our impact on the planet, real people’s stories and more.