Peter DiCampo (b. 1984) is a documentary photographer whose goal is to contribute his work to a dialogue on international development and perceptions of Africa. He is a co-founder of Everyday Africa, the Instagram-based project that has blossomed into a global phenomenon, and he is a regular speaker in classrooms and workshops on media stereotypes and the promotion of localized storytelling.
Jodi Bieber is best known for her photograph of Bibi Aisha, a woman from Afghanistan whose ears and nose were severed by her husband and brother-in-law, which was selected as the World Press Photo of the Year in 2010.
James Oatway is an independent South African photographer. He has covered many important stories in South Africa and abroad, but has a special interest in telling under reported stories in Africa.
Charlie Shoemaker is an award-winning documentary photographer based in Cape Town, South Africa. Prior to his time in South Africa, Charlie spent over a year living in Uganda covering East Africa. In 2014, he was named one of Magnum Photo’s 30 under 30. In 2015 Charlie was awarded the Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward’s Bright Spark Read more about Charlie Shoemaker[…]
Edward Echwalu is a freelance Photojournalist based in Kampala, Uganda, with an extended reach across East Africa. A graduate of Journalism and communication at Makerere University, his work over the years has been published in distinguished media outlets globally. While he is biased towards social developmental issues, he continues to cover a wide range of breaking news stories.
Kirsten is a photographer living in New York. She is a regular contributor to The New York Times and has lived and worked in Mexico, Texas and the American South. www.kirstenluce.com
Andrea Bruce is a documentary photographer who brings attention to people living in the aftermath of war. She concentrates on the social issues that are sometimes ignored and often ignited in war’s wake.
Thorne Anderson has covered culture, politics, and conflict in the Balkans and the Middle East for The New York Times, Time, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report, and the German Die Zeit and Stern magazine among others.
Kael has worked extensively covering culture, politics and conflict in the Balkans and the Middle East for many US and European magazines and newspapers. Her work from Iraq is included in the book, “Unembedded.”
James Whitlow Delano has lived in Asia for over 20 years. His work has been awarded internationally: the Alfred Eisenstadt Award, Leica’s Oskar Barnack, Picture of the Year International, NPPA Best of Photojournalism, PDN and others for work from China, Japan, Afghanistan and Burma, etc.
Jared Moossy is a Texas-born photographer based in Austin, Texas. His professional career has mainly focused on the changing political and social landscapes of various countries and how conflict has shaped those landscapes.
Claire Rosen is a fashion and fine art photographer, video artist and educator. She is widely recognized for her work and is represented by Verve Gallery, Gallery 51 and Asymmetrick Arts.
Award-winning photojournalist Ron Haviv has produced some of the most important images of conflict and other humanitarian crises that have made headlines from around the world since the end of the Cold War…
Neal is formerly Vice President and General Counsel of NPR. In addition to working as a photographer, he consults on business issues in the photojournalism industry, including as Chairman Emeritus of the VII Photo Agency.