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Documentary Photography Review | 31st May 2017

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PODCAST: Adhytia Putra and The Price of Paper

1st January 2015 |

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.

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Forgotten

28th May 2014 |

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Located in southern New Jersey (US), Cumberland County stretches between Salem and Cape May Counties, surrounding the Delaware Bay with 65 miles of salt marshes, where estuary merges with saltwater tides.

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Fighting Fire with Fire

20th May 2014 |

This photo essay documents a trip made by UK firefighters, land managers, and researchers, to participate in a “Technical Fire Management” training course in Catalonia led by the GRAF bombers (‘bombers’ being Catalan for fire fighter), Catalonia’s highly skilled forest fire fighters.Read More

Blackwater Street

2nd December 2013 |

Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh is one of the populous cities in the world. An unexpected rapid rate of growing urban population has made this city unable to cope with changing situations due to their internal resource constraints and management limitations. As a common and regular problem of the city, Dhaka city have been facing extensive water logging during the monsoon (May to October) over the last decade.

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Saving the Waggle Dance – Urban beekeeping in London

21st July 2013 |

This documentary photography project is the beginnings of an exploration into urban bee keeping in London, currently focused on South East London where I live.

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Documenting wind energy – a look behind the lens

18th April 2013 |

Recently I had the good fortune to accompany Robert Van Waarden on a mission to gather human-interest stories around wind energy in the UK. Robert is a professional photographer who focuses on climate change and travel stories. Currently based in Amsterdam, he is soon to return to his native Canada with wife-to-be, Anna. Van Waarden has been working on his Force wind energy project for more than two years now. Recently he successfully secured the support of the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA). His stories are being featured on their blog ahead of Global Wind Day on 15th June 2013. A selection of his images will also be displayed at the European Parliament in June.

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Environmental sustainability in Hackney – An exhibition by Colin Cafferty

6th February 2013 |

Opening night: Friday 8th February 2013, 6.00 – 7.30pm

Exhibition dates: 5 February 2013 to 23 February 2013 – Entry free

Location: Hackney Museum, Ground Floor, Technology And Learning Centre, 1 Reading Lane, E8 1GQ (located next to Hackney Central … Read More