Documentary Archive

Storytelling Through Photography

Melissa Lyttle, who was elected president of the National Press Photographers Association in January 2016, discusses the power of photojournalism and how it relates to storytelling. Melissa Lyttle describes herself as an independent visual journalist. Her main focus is on documentary work relating to social issues. Her award-winning photography has been widely recognized by organizations […]

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Water : Mustafah Abdulaziz

American photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz has travelled through 32 countries since 2011 shooting his long-term project on our relationship with water Mustafah Abdulaziz was the first contract photographer at The Wall Street Journal and his work has been published extensively in print and online media. In 2012 he was named one of PDN’s 30 Emerging Photographers […]

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2016 EyeEm Photographer of the Year

The 2016 EyeEm Photographer of the Year Zacharie Rabehi View more work by the French photographer Zacharie Rabehi at zacharierabehi.format.com and www.eyeem.com/u/zacharie_r Follow Zacharie on Facebook and Instagram

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Zanele Muholi : Faces and Phases

The 32nd Annual Infinity Awards celebrates South African photographer Zanele Muholi Zanele Muholi has documented hate crimes against members of the LGBTI community in South Africa and her personal involvement in this tragic story. In her project called Faces and Phases, a remarkable series of portraits and self portraits portray lesbian and trans men and […]

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Dayanita Singh : Museum Bhavan

Dayanita Singh and her 2016 project called Museum Bhavan Indian artist Dayanita Singh discusses her new project, Museum Bhavan, to be published in late 2016. The photo book, itself the art object and exhibition, is the latest in her work to reiterate the alternative ways people can interact with photography, as well as a continuation […]

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Andreas Oetker-Kast : Looking For Wonderland

A road trip through America and a new photobook by Andreas Oetker-Kast German photographer Andreas Oetker-Kast has specialised in documentary style and music photography since returning to Germany from the United States in 2003. His work has been exhibited internationally and published in books and catalogues. This video is a personal view of America to […]

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DISCO : The Bill Bernstein Photographs

Bill Bernstein exhibition and new monograph pay tribute to New York’s disco scene Exhibition at Serena Morton Gallery, London, until January 23, 2016. American photographer Bill Bernstein began his career at The Village Voice and Elle Magazine where he shot portraits and documentary street photography. He also spent time shooting the frequenters of Studio 54 […]

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IAFOR Documentary Photography Award

Showcase of the IAFOR Documentary Photography Award 2015 winning images on the theme of ‘Power’ In July 2015, Hosam Katan from Syria was announced as the Grand Prize Winner of the IAFOR Documentary Photography Award 2015 for his images of the conflict in Syria in his own hometown of Aleppo. Simon Norfolk, one of the […]

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Bob Mazzer : Underground & Other Pictures

Bob Mazzer talks about the body of work that documents the changes over 40 years on London’s tube network and the people Bob Mazzer had his debut exhibition at London’s Howard Griffin Gallery in 2014, with a decades-long unseen collection that has now established the photographer as one of the 21st Century’s key documenters of […]

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England Or Bust

England or bust from gignouxphotos on Vimeo. A photo documentary about the plight of immigrants & refugees attempting to avoid detection at Ostend Belgium as they set their sights on the UK At the time of this writing, ordinary people in the United Kingdom as well as in many other European countries have been offering […]

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Appalachia: Mountaintops to Moonscapes

Appalachia – From Mountaintops to Moonscapes from gignouxphotos on Vimeo. A short documentary by photographer Alan Gignoux about the socio-economic costs of mountain top removal Appalachia: Mountaintops to Moonscapes will show at the Isle of White Film Festival from 11-15th August 2015, the Speak Up Film Festival on 30th August 2015 (more details here), and […]

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The Lonely Ones – Photobook by Gus Powell

Coming Autumn 2015 and published by J&L Books is a new photobook by Gus Powell inspired by the late cartoonist William Steig The first 150 pre-orders will include a piece of custom printed ephemera, made by Gus Powell and Jason Fulford. Powell is a member of the In Public street photography collective, where you can […]

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