Selected as 1 of 9 Must See Humanitarian Photographers
I am honored to be included in the Raptim Humanitarian Travel list of 9 Must See Humanitarian Photographers
Humanitarian photographers use their cameras as tools of exploration. A way of showing us what happens at locations we haven’t visited ourselves. Their images are proof that photography matters, especially regarding humanitarian work. Listed below are nine inspiring humanitarian photographers that took us on a journey by providing powerful and emotional humanitarian photographs. Their images are often placed in global media, but you can also simply take a look at their website for a portfolio.
Read more about Raptim here: https://www.devex.com/news/a-travel-company-serving-those-who-serve-the-world-70597
Raptim itself is a non-profit organisation which was founded in 1949 in the postwar period in Europe where there was a need for such international initiatives. Today, Raptim has offices around the world. The head office is located in Holland where it all began.
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