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Paul Patrick Borhaug  is a photographer and writer from Norway, who primarily works on environmental, political and cultural issues. His images has been published by National Geographic, The New York Times, United Nations ,... read on
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Coverage Regions: Africa Asia Europe Latin America USA & Canada
Languages Spoken: Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, English, Spanish

Paul Patrick Borhaug is a photographer and writer from Norway, who primarily works on environmental, political and cultural issues. His images has been published by National Geographic, The New York Times, United Nations, Huffington Post, Vice Magazine, The Ecologist, Wanderlust, Aftenposten, NRK, Welt Sichten, Verdensmagasinet X, Vinduet, Vårt Land, Bergens Tidende, Universitas, Fredriksstad Blad and more. His work has been exhibited in galleries in New York, London and Oslo.Paul Patrick started travelling the world in search of stories to tell with his camera at the age of 16. Since then, he has travelled and worked in Algeria, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, China, Costa Rica, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Europe, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Inner Mongolia, Mexico, Myanmar, Nepal, Morocco, Peru, Somaliland, Sudan, Uruguay, U.S.A and Western Sahara.Paul Patricks passion for humanitarian and environmental issues, has led him to work with organizations such as Greenpeace, Amnesty International, Doctors Without Borders (MSF), UNHCR, UNDP and Survival International, in addition to smaller NGOs. 


Paul Patrick holds a BA degree in International Development Studies from Oslo University College and a MA degree in African Studies from School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.Read New York Times Lens Blog Interview