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Documentary Photography Review | 16th August 2018

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PODCAST: Freya Najade and Strawberries in Winter

15th July 2015 |

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 … Read More

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: 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: 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

PODCAST: Tim Mitchell and A Fish Out of Water

1st April 2014 |

In this Documentary Photography Review Podcast we talk to Tim Mitchell, a London based documentary photographer. Tim tells us about his journey into photography through music and the visual arts, and the challenges and positive aspects of developing … Read More

Shepherd 2.0

8th February 2014 |

In 2011, Andrea went to San Vito (CA), Monte Porceddus Valley, located in southeast Sardinia (Italy), by bike for wwoofing (WWOOF: World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. Linking volunteers with organic farms and growers). Two years later, he is still there with his wife Sara and five-month-old daughter, Nadia. He sold his bike to buy a horse, quit his job as a contract manager for a company in Reggio Emilia (Italy), met his actual wife and a year ago started his new life as shepherd. Now they have 18 sheep, 2 goats, 3 horses, some hens, cats and dogs.

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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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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

Urban farming in London – without Chelsea tractors and designer wellies

31st January 2013 |

Urban farming (or urban agriculture) is a growing movement in major cities around the globe often led by local communities who are concerned about the health implications, ethics and environmental sustainability of industrial farming practices.

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