Name any war, conflict or famine, James Nachtwey was there. His work has taken him to Northern Ireland, South Africa, Latin America, Russia and the Middle East. But far from being a “disaster junkie” he is a man on a mission. He wants to bear witness to the atrocities in the world and bring back the evidence to affect change, to reach people who can make changes happen. His images are hauntingly beautiful, but stark reminders of the realities that a large percentage of the world’s population have to face. He is a deeply humble, resourceful, courageous and diligent man, who has produced what must be thousands of arresting and outstanding black and white photographs.
- RT @Giorgia_Riboni: Was the London killing of a British soldier #terrorism? guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/… #language #construction of reality 15 hours ago
- RT @BobJWilliams: Amazing Daily Mirror splash. Trouble for security services if true. http://t.co/Xmsjf0HtYs 1 day ago
- RT @krishgm: I still feel a bit guilty about making Hafedh relive that - he was clearly upset #unreportedworld 1 day ago
- Lovely to see you, lovely lunch, thanks for organising @SuruchiSays @kirkkorner @Jack_Royston 6 hours ago
- @kenntoft @vickiieemma @Kay_Clem @BrunelJourSarah love it Kenn! Denying yourself just so you can berate us #dedication 1 day ago
- @P_McIntyre thank you! 😊 Nice end to a crappy rainy week! Still, the long weekend is here now!.. hope for some sun! 1 day ago
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