Ecstatic to say I'm a winner of PDN's Photo Annual 2016 for my Refugee Trails project! In addition thanks to the Marty Forscher Fellowship, the prize money will go towards funding my new project. See my submission in the link below.
I've followed the work of this man for years. Sebastião Salgado, ever inspiring and forever pensive in his approach to photography covering the key issues facing humanity. Such a great interview:
Makeshift schools, water pumps, bubble-blowers and balloon sellers … the award-winning AP photographer explains what it’s like to live and work in the world’s largest community of refugees.
Photo: Muhammed Muheisen
This isn't solely about photography, but there are a few photographers included in the list of some truly inspiring explorers curated by the National Geographic Magazine. Definitely worth a look
A brilliant interview with Timothy Allen, photographer for the BBC’s Human Planet and winner of Travel Photographer of the Year 2014, talking about the ‘human zoo’, ritual sacrifice, working with light & dark, and questioning his faith. From 'Curious Animal' Magazine.