Warrick Page is an Australian photographer based in Amman, Jordan who specialises in news, features and humanitarian photography, .
He began his career as a photographer in 2004 in the West Bank, two months after of completing his university degree in Professional Writing & Editing, and Journalism at Deakin University, Melbourne. Since then he has spent five years living and working out of Pakistan and a further three years in the Middle East. His photography has focused primarily on documentary features, conflict and unrest, and has worked extensively for aid agencies around the world.
He has also worked on assignment throughout Iraq, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, France, Australia and London before moving to Jordan in 2014.
Editorial clients; The New York Times, Time, Newsweek, Guardian, Wired, Harper’s Bazaar, Paris Match, Forbes, Fortune, Stern, LA Times and USA Today.
Corporate, government and commercial clients; Chanel, GE, Target, NBC, Santander, British Telecom, Tetra Pak, English Football Association, Serbian Government, American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC).
- Breaking news
- Military embed