Pete Muller (b.1982) is an American photographer and researcher based in Nairobi, Kenya. His work focuses on masculinity, national identity and conflict in post-colonial states. He works on a mix of editorial assignments and long-term personal projects. His ongoing work, A Tale of Two Wolves, examines the interplay between concepts of masculinity, male experience and violence. He has worked in South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, the Palestinian Territories, Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone and elsewhere. He is a contributing photographer to National Geographic Magazine, TIME Magazine, and the Washington Post and has received awards from World Press Photo, the Overseas Press Club, TIME Magazine, Pictures of the Year International, the Open Society Institute and others. He is member of the photo collective, Prime and represented by National Geographic Creative.
2015 - World Press Photo, 2015 - Pictures of the Year International, 2014 - Magnum Emergency Fund , 2014 - LensCulture Awards, 2013 - Sony World Photography Awards , 2013 - Sony World Photography Awards, 2013 - 99 Most Influential Young People in Foreign Policy, 2012 - Overseas Press Club of America , 2011 - TIME Magazine: Wire Photographer of the Year
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Life as Ebola Spreads
Residents of the town of Kailahun gather along a river at dusk on Tuesday, August 19, 2014. Kailahun district, in eastern Sierra Leone, has been most heavy affected by the ongoing Ebola outbreak. School in the town has been suspended and residents live in fear.
Men, Masculinity and Violence
A link to my ongoing work, A Tale of Two Wolves: Men, Masculinity and Violence, a study on the relationship between male gender and behavior.