Fungie, a dolphin that has brought magic and tourism to Dingle since the day he befriended a local fisherman 37 years ago, has not been seen near the Irish harbour town for weeks. Many people around the world are mourning. I was commissioned to photograph Fungie in 2006 by the …
Part II of my photo story “Uprooted”, about China’s sweeping urbanisation, published yesterday in the Post Magazine in Hong Kong.
Tomorrow is the first day the schools open after the weekend lockdown, while Brussels is still expecting a “serious and imminent threat”.
Published in this week’s Time Magazine, this is an independent project I embarked on some years ago with trepidation; after many trips, the Arctic has become a place I love and will continue to go back to.
Shot in collaboration with Sony, this work is on exhibition in London’s Somerset House now with stories by other Panos photographers.
At a stimulating dinner with guest speaker Professor Alain Wijffels (Caius, Churchill, Trinity Hall) in Brussels, organised by Rupert Carter and Caroline Laske for the University of Cambridge Society of Belgium.
A photo of mine in stern magazine. The picture was shot at a gas drilling well near the Pechora River in Arctic Russia.
A little boy learns to climb. There are no mountains in the tundra so the families improvise with their yurts.#Arctic http://t.co/EvoBSGjJ3N
Christmas greetings from Rudolph who has been relieved of his antlers (to make soup in China).