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Once again the themes of Blog Action Day (today) and World Food Day (tomorrow) coincide with each other enough to prompt me to pen another of these sporadic blog posts. This year’s BAD is on the admittedly broad theme of … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to see two powerful, compelling photography exhibitions in London today, that couldn’t be more different in many ways – but I’m going to try to make some connections between them anyway. So here goes – please … Continue reading
The photo agency Panos Pictures is 25 years old this year, and to mark this milestone, they’ve produced a great short film, ‘Conversations in photography‘, embedded above. Featuring Panos director, Adrian Evans, in conversation with curator Harry Hardie, and a … Continue reading
The photograph above is of one of the collection storage areas in the bowels of the British Library, the UK’s national library at St Pancras in London. It’s one image from a series of photographs I made there in 2007, … Continue reading
Recently, I’ve been working on editing photo-stories on the food crisis in Chad and flooding in Benin, in conjunction with the NGOs Action Against Hunger (ACF) and Care International. ACF and Care are just two of the many brilliant charities … Continue reading