Montclair, NJ, United States
Ed Kashi is a photojournalist, filmmaker and educator. A member of VII Photo Agency, Kashi is recognized for his complex imagery and compelling rendering of the human condition. In addition to producing 7 books, he is a pioneer and innovator of multimedia, whose award-winning work has been published and exhibited worldwide.
2011 - Artivist Film Festival, 2010 - American Photo Jan/Feb 2010, 2010 - UNICEF, 2010 - Prix Pictet Commission , 2010 - Pictures of the Year (POYi), 2009 - International Photography Awards , 2006 - Days Japan Photojournalism Awards, 2005 - Freddie Awards, 2003 - Nathan Cummings Foundation Grant , 2003 - American Photo Magazine, 2002 - National Press Club Journalism Award, 2011 - International Photography Awards , 2014 - Photocrati Fund, 2015 - Pictures of the Year (POYi) , 2015 - Aaron Siskind Foundation, 2015 - Black Maria Film and Video Festival, 2017 - Festival Photoreporter / Baie de Saint-Brieuc, 2017 - National Endowment for the Humanities Grant, 2018 - National Geographic Explorer’s Grant
- Audio capture
- Breaking news
- Video capture
Oil pipelines create a walkway for this young woman through the village of Okrika in Rivers, Nigeria in 2006. Okrika is a trouble area near Port Harcourt that has oil, refineries, pipelines and violence. Factional fighting is common here. The fishing industry is struggling, like in most of the Delta, but it was once the main source of employment. The Nigerian National Petroleum (NNPC) pipelines run directly through the community.
Northern Ireland, 1989
Children play around an impromptu bonfire in The Fountain, a Loyalist housing estate in Londonderry, Northern Ireland on Aug. 11, 1989.
Aging in America, 1997
Truman Purdy, 61, lifts weights in the Hamilton, Alabama exercise yard in 1997. His 25-year sentence for sexual abuse and sodomy began in 1992.