Andrew (b. 1987) is an award-winning visual journalist and storyteller based between his native Canada and adopted Brazil. His longterm work is focused on socio-environmental narratives related to the working class struggle against systemic...
It is estimated that nearly 70,000 people have been evicted from their homes to make way for government sanctioned projects for games since 2003. Some $16 billion have been spent on the Olympics and "legacy" projects and infrastructure which largely benefits the rich and middle class residents of Rio, while the working class and poor suffer from neglect and exclusion. Many can't even afford tickets to the games.
Families grieve two victims killed in the same suicide bombing in Kabul, just one of a growing number in the Afghan capital as it grapples with a resurgent Taliban and an American-led occupation nearing its end.
Date of Work
Jan 2014 - Ongoing
Updated Nov 2018
Documentary, Editorial, Multimedia, Photojournalism, Reporting, Terrorism, War