documentary photo agency
Alison McCauley is a documentary photographer. In January 2016, she moved to Singapore to concentrate mainly on stories in South and South East Asia. The main themes that run through her work look at issues concerning identity and belonging, migration and living conditions. These interests were doubtlessly born from Alison's experiences of constantly moving from country to country and the resulting ambivalence towards the idea of her own national identity and her feeling of not belonging to any particular country or community.
Alison has a fine arts background and holds degrees from the University of Southampton, the Haute Ecole d’Art et de Design in Geneva and the Open College of the Arts. She is a member of the documentary agency Dalam, a member of the collective Vivo and a Full Photographer member of the Association of Photographers. Alison also has a selection of images available for sale through Millennium Images. She holds a press card issued by the National Union of Journalists (UK). A native English speaker, Alison is also fluent in French and Portuguese. She is available for commissions and assignments worldwide.
• "Temps d'attente, tant de vie", 2016, published by L’Hospice général and Atar, Geneva. This book documents the lives of asylum seekers in the canton of Geneva, Switzerland
• “Anywhere but here”, 2015, published by Antler Press, UK
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