10 Photographers on what makes a good documentary photographer... 31st August 2015 | Chris King
Beyond the Cotton Fields 27th August 2015 | Niqita Gupta
10 Photographers on what inspires them to document stories... 24th August 2015 | Chris King
Disappearing Home 22nd August 2015 | Emanuele Giovagnoli
10 photographers on the future of documentary storytelling... 17th August 2015 | Chris King
PODCAST: An Interview with Agata Skowronek... 15th August 2015 | Chris King
10 photographers share advice on starting out in documentary photography... 10th August 2015 | Chris King
9 photographers share the things they wished they had known at the start of thei... 3rd August 2015 | Chris King
PODCAST: Simon Hipkins and The Circle 1st August 2015 | Chris King
In this episode of the Documentary Photography Review podcast I speak to photographer Freya Najade.
We talk about Freya’s work with a particular focus on her Strawberries in Winter project, which explores modern farming practices that …
In this episode of the Documentary Photography Review podcast I am talking to Anna Huix – a documentary and editorial photographer from Catalonia, but now living in London.
We talk about Anna’s experience of collaborating with …
In this episode I am speaking with Eduardo Leal – a documentary photographer originally from Portugal, focusing on social and environmental issues across South America, and the politics and traditions within the region.
I first came …
In this episode I am speaking with Adhytia Putra, an Indonesian documentary photographer who has recently graduated from the London College of Communication with a Masters in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography.
During his time at the …
The UK has had a steady increase in the number of evictions since the year 2000 records. According to the Ministry of Justice 37,739 private and public sector tenants in 2013 saw their homes repossessed by court bailiffs. Behind each figure, a whole set of events have taken place leaving many people and families completely broken. The story of Francesca is one of these stories that largely takes place within social tenancies. It is a reflection on what it is to be a social tenant, and how becoming homeless can happen in a short space of time.