Documentary photographer based in Australia
Christina Simons is an award winning international documentary photographer focused on human rights and civil liberties. Her work is driven by the exploration of sub-cultures and marginalised people, leading to exhibitions throughout...
NEW YORK TIMES: There’s No Place Like Kangaroo Island. Can It Survive Australia’s Fires?
By Christina Simons / Kangaroo Island
— There’s No Place Like Kangaroo Island. Can It Survive Australia’s Fires? It was a wildlife..
Feb 5, 2020
THE NEW YORK TIMES: Koala Mittens and Baby Bottles: Saving Australia's Animals After Fires
By Christina Simons / Waterholes, Victoria, Australia
— The New York Times Koala Mittens and Baby Bottles: Saving Australia's Animals After Fires
Jan 12, 2020
Running to Nowhere: The Central American Refugee Crisis Exhibition
By Christina Simons / Leon, Mexico
— Running to Nowhere is a documentary photography exhibition by Christina Simons in partnership with Doctors..
Nov 6, 2019
THE NEW YORK TIMES: Australian Uighur ethnic group call for action on China over missing relatives
By Christina Simons / Adelaide, Australia
— It was enlightening and a pleasure to learn about the Uigher community in Adelaide for this assignment for..
May 19, 2019
THE GUARDIAN - Babies Behind Bars : the Honduran prison where children live with their mothers
By Christina Simons
— Babies behind bars: the Honduran prison where children live with their mothers â in pictures The..
Feb 14, 2018
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