Latin America USA & Canada
Languages Spoken: English, Spanish, French, Chinook Wawa
Years of experience: More than 10
I was born and raised in England, but began my photojournalism career in Portland, OR, stringing for The Associated Press. From there, I spent 10 years working as a staff photographer for daily papers in Oregon, Pennsylvania and New Mexico. Since then, I have traveled through Central America, India and Europe as an independent documentary photographer. Along the way I have earned a variety of awards including a Pulitzer Prize nomination, the Community Awareness Award from Pictures of the Year International, The Sony World Photography Award and the Golden Light Award for documentary photography. In 2012 I was awarded an Honorable Mention in the Deeper Perspective category of the International Photography Awards, and was a finalist in Critical Mass- Photo Lucida.
My work has appeared in Le Monde, Oregon Historical Society Magazine, EatingWell Magazine, Chemical & Engineering News, The Register-Guard, The Oregonian,The New York Times, Geo Saison, Visual Anthropology Review, People Magazine, MSNBC.com, and with Zuma Press.
Exhibitions: 2019 - Oregon Historical Society: Photo in the Permanent Exhibit- Experience Oregon 2018 - Johns Hopkins University: Part of a group show- 15 Stories of Hope, Change and Justice
2013 - The Wright Museum of Art: Solo exhibit based off of the book Behind the Beautiful Forevers by Katherine Boo 2010 - Panda Gallery, New York: Part of a group show- Tomorrow// Today// Yesterday
2010 - Somerset House, London: Part of a group show- A Positive View