After forging a career documenting a cycle of hard news, photographer Per-Anders Pettersson fell in love with Africa’s flourishing fashion industry, rekindling his affection for positive stories that go unseen.
By documenting LGBTI discrimination, Robin Hammond found himself turning from photographer to activist. Now, through a worldwide campaign, he’s using storytelling to expose oppression.
Photojournalist Lynsey Addario has witnessed death and been kidnapped more than once, but has never found a reason to put her camera down.
Victoria Sambunaris has been living out of her car for 16 years, chasing ever-changing visions of a complicated frontier.
An obsessive drive to document concerts has given Sacha Lecca unique insight into what makes live music special: chaos, intimacy and a creative force that will never be silenced.
Growing up in England, Christopher Bethell invented a life for a grandfather he’d never met. But after a transformative journey across the US, he uncovered another reality.
The fire of resistance is burning strong in Istanbul but as photographer Emine Gozde Sevim finds, the drive for a life of freedom – unmarked by maddening world events – extends beyond boundaries.
Over the course of a decade, CJ Clarke has been exploring what it means to be white, middle-class and English by documenting life in the remarkably unremarkable town of Basildon.
Five years on from Fukushima, its people are still fending for themselves – but photographer Dominic Nahr is making sure they're not forgotten, seeking answers in a cloud of confusion.
Magnum photographer Alex Webb has absorbed the world, catching cinematic moments that make time stand still. Now he’s ready to focus that intuition on the everyday world he calls home.
Across Appalachia, photographer Stacy Kranitz is embedding herself into the frame, turning strangers into lovers, subjects into friends, and exploding the myth that photography is objective.
Photographer Mark Steinmetz has built a career playing the long game: focusing on everyday realities that are easy to miss, biding his time until patterns start to emerge.