Guest Blogs

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The House that Bleeds
When his brothers in law disappeared in Iguala, Mexico Yael Martínez turned to photography. His images capture the...
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Ten Questions with… Tom Stoddart
PhotoVoice is interviewing established photographers to gain a wider insight into the power of photography and the different approaches...
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#Dysturb & The Expansion of the Frame
Kyla Woods from #Dysturb, a community that aims to make photojournalism accessible to a wider audience by placing large...
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The Ethics of Photography in Calais
Having previously taken the PhotoVoice training programme Rob Pinney writes of his experiences in 'The Jungle' in Calais and his...
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Alexander Mourant – Masai
05/ 04 / 2016 The fourth blog in a five-part series, Alexander Mourant writes for PhotoVoice on his...
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‘Climate Change: realities and resistance’ – a new exhibition of activist photography
Ronnie Hall, Co-Founder and Co-Director of Critical Information Collective, explores the collective’s touring exhibition of activist photography, currently at the !Buen...
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Landing in Molyvos
Paul Hill and Maria Falconer have been volunteering in refugee camps in Greece and have been moved by...
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Uncovering Bangladesh Through a Female Lens
To coincide with an exhibition that opens today at Rich Mix Lucile Stengel Head of Marketing and Communications at...
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Reinventing Child Participation Through PhotoVoice
02/03/2016 Neeti Sharma, Media and Communications Coordinator at Save The Children writes about her experiences in designing a PhotoVoice project. ...
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