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Arinagour, Isle of Coll PA78, UK
I grew up in Hong Kong and it was there that I first dreamed of being a photographer. I started by shooting in the slums of Manila at age 16. Then I forgot all about it and studied Economics and Business Management. It was only years later, and after an internship at the VII photo agency in Paris in 2012, that I re-launched my photography career. I obtained my MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the London College of Communication in 2013.
Upon graduating, I moved to Myanmar where I covered the various aspects and consequences of the country’s recent development. I was a regular contributor to The New York Times, as well as other publications, in Myanmar and also worked across South East Asia.
Since the summer of 2016, and a relocation to Scotland, I have been working onboard the Topaz Responder, one of MOAS’ (Migrant Offshore Aid Station) rescue ships in the Mediterranean. I have photographed the plight of migrants attempting the crossing from Libya to Italy for many months and this project is still ongoing.
I have been trained in battlefield first aid with RISC.
I attended the 2013 Eddie Adams Workshop
My work has been published in: The New York Times, Sunday Times Magazine, L'Espresso, CNN, Al Jazeera, Wirtschhafts Woche and others.
- Breaking news
- RISC training
- Video capture
Remembrance ceremony for the 70th Anniversary of the Raid on Dieppe, Normandy, in 1942. Shot on assignment for the New York Times.