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Documentary Photography Review | 31st May 2017

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Chris King

Chris King

A documentary and portrait photographer from Northern Ireland, but currently resident in London. I started Documentary Photography Review as a means to connect with and support other documentary photographers, and to promote and nurture documentary storytelling in some small way.

Posts By Chris King

VIDEO: Tim Mitchell’s A Fish Out of Water

24th September 2014 |

Tim Mitchell introduces his work, and shares the stories behind the images of his body of work ‘ A Fish Out of Water’

“Created in collaboration with social scientists, A Fish Out of Water documents the … Read More

VIDEO: Sam Ivin’s Community Nurses

16th September 2014 |

In this Documentary Photography Review video podcast photographer Sam Ivin shares the stories behind the images in his Community Nurses project.

Sam explores the everyday activities of community nurses in rural Wales, UK, and shares his … Read More

Hostile Environment Training by Remote Trauma

19th August 2014 |

Every day those who gather news – from citizen journalists to seasoned professionals, on atrocities and injustices around the globe, do so to inform, engage and mobilise a collective response. They risk their lives so that people in … Read More

Visual Storytelling and Effective Editing – An interview with Raffaela Lepanto

5th June 2014 |

In this interview, Editorial Picture Editor, Raffaela Lepanto responds to questions from Chris at Documentary Photography Review on how photographers can improve the visual storytelling through more effective editing of their body of work.

Can you … Read More

PODCAST: Ingrid Guyon on Participatory Photography Techniques

1st June 2014 |

In this interview we talk to French photographer, educator and facilitator, Ingrid Guyon. Ingrid grew up in France and moved to London in 2001 to pursue her interest in photography and social anthropology. Ingrid’s passion and work lies … Read More

PODCAST: Cinzia D’Ambrosi and Transitional

18th May 2014 |

In this podcast we talk to Cinzia D’Ambrosi about her photographic work Transitional, in which she documents people stuck in various forms of temporary, emergency, housing in London, Slough and Chichester.

She tells us about her … Read More

Sam Ivin and Lingering Ghosts

3rd May 2014 |

Sam submitted his work to a competition I was invited to co-judge, which focused on migration. His very distinctive images were awarded 1st prize, and I asked Sam if he would share with Documentary Photography Review details of … Read More

VIDEO: Jonathan Goldberg and Grow Heathrow

1st May 2014 |

For the in-depth interview with Jonathan – discussing his personal projects, and his experiences as a photographer, check out Episode 5 of the audio podcast series – PODCAST: An interview with Jonathan Goldberg

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PODCAST: Introducing our new Video Podcast

1st May 2014 |

In this episode, instead of Rebecca and I interviewing a documentary photographer as we normally do, I will be informing you of a new spin-off production.

I wanted to bring a more visual form to the … Read More

PODCAST: Roberto Zampino and Piscaturi

15th April 2014 |

In this Documentary Photography Review Podcast we talk to Sicilian photographer Roberto Zampino about his recent documentary photography project ‘Piscaturi’.  Roberto tells us what drew him to photography and why he now brands himself an ‘out there’ photographer. … Read More