Patron since 2006
Nick Danziger is a world-renowned photojournalist and filmmaker. He has received numerous awards for his work, among them an Honorary Fellowship from the Royal Photographic Society and the World Press Photo 1st prize in the single portrait category. He has also had the honour of receiving the Royal Geographical Society’s Ness Award for recognition of raising public understanding of contemporary social, political and environmental issues. His documentary film War, Lives & Videotape on Afghanistan won the Prix Italia in 1991 for the best television documentary. Nick’s interest in marginalised and disadvantaged peoples has been documented in many of his best-selling books, among them, Danziger’s Travels; Danziger’s Adventures; Danziger’s Britain; and The British. His photographs have appeared in newspapers and magazines worldwide, toured museums and galleries internationally, and are part of several prestigious museum collections.
Patron since 2006
Working extensively in photography and film, Sarah has been exhibiting worldwide since 1982. She has published over a dozen books and is a celebrated filmmaker. She has been awarded the Lion D’Or for two consecutive years, the Grand Prix de la Photographie and the American Society of Media Photographer’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in Fashion Photography.
Anna founded her first participatory photography project ‘Street Vision’ working with Street Children in Vietnam in 1998. She co-founded PhotoVoice on graduation from Edinburgh University in 1999 and delivered PhotoVoice’s first consultancy project partnering with Christian Aid in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2000. Anna led and grew PhotoVoice from 2000-2008, facilitating and managing dozens more projects and establishing PV as a pioneer in participatory photography. She was awarded a scholarship from the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, Oxford University to study for her MBA, 2008-9. Anna now works as a consultant for UK and International social ventures and is based in London and Somerset.
Tiffany has been involved in over 40 participatory photography projects as a manager, facilitator, trainer and researcher. She left PhotoVoice in 2009 and is pursuing PhD research focusing on photography as a tool for empowerment.