Laurent Weyl published in Le Figaro Magazine

Laurent Weyl‘s reportage on the effects of Covid and a severe food crisis on the Central African Republic has been published in Le Figaro Magazine in France. To view the full story, please click here.

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Adam Dean‘s photo story about the researchers in Thailand trying to establish whether there’s a link between Covid-19 and bats has been published in Newsweek Japan. To view the full...


During lockdowns over the past year Jenny Matthews created a series of patchworks which incorporate her work over the past twenty years as a documentary photographer concerned with the effects...


Chris de Bode’s reportage “Made by Me”, which portrays garment workers in Myanmar as ‘creators’ and empowered individuals, rather than victims, has won the 1st Prize in the International Documentary...


Elena Chernyshova’s reportage on the life of the Nenet people of Russia’s Yamal peninsula has been published in Vi Menn magazine in Norway. To see the full story, please click...


Luis Antonio Rojas‘ story about the Carmona family, trying to keep the family farm going while Mexico City grows all around it, has been published by Vi Menn magazine in...


Pascal Maitre‘s daring trip to photograph the Bamiyan Buddhas in Afghanistan in 1996 before they were destroyed by the Taliban is being featured on the National Geographic website. To view...


Pascal Maitre‘s long-term work on gold mining in Niger has been published in Le Figaro magazine in France.


Laurent Weyl’s reportage on the effects of Covid 19 on the Central African Republic has been published in Norwegian Vi Menn magazine. To view the full story, please click here.


Lauren Weyl’s story on Operation Arctic Shield in Alaska has been published in Figaro Magazine. To see the full story, please click here.


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Adam Dean has won both the Award of Excellence as well as the Second Place in the Science and Natural History section for his work on research into the bats...


Andrew Testa has been covering Britain’s battle with the Covid pandemic over the past months. His work, comprising both video and photography, has now been published in the New York...


Matthew Abbott‘s photo story about Marble Bar, the hottest town in Australia, has been published in China Philanthropist magazine. To view the full story, click here.