Visual storytellers are still finding innovative ways to document – be it through new projects, or old archive series now seeing the light of day.
As a child, Diana Markosian left her home in the former Soviet Union for a new life in California. But it was a journey she never chose to take.
The 25-year-old photographer has come a long way in a few short years. Now, she’s doing everything she can to tell stories that matter.
When photographer Ying Ang became a mother, no corner of culture captured the implosion that transformed her world. It demanded a new way of seeing.
After falling victim to an assault, Sandy Carson left his native Scotland for the US. It was there that he found a home in photography – capturing American life with an outsider’s eye.
Lindokuhle Sobekwa, a rising star of South African photography, pays tribute to the storyteller who inspired him most.
For over a decade, Motoyuki Daifu has been documenting the lives of his loved ones, seeking out quiet moments of magic among the mundane.
The 68-year-old’s photography views the world through a mischievous lens. After going unseen for decades, it’s finally gaining the plaudits it deserves – and he’s loving every second.
With millions of people forced to flee their homes, images of refugees have become sadly too familiar. But is any of it truly cutting through?
Terra Fondriest documents life in her region with an unmatched intimacy – a challenge in a place awash with stereotypes.
Cengiz Yar has seen a few things in his time. But it was away from the frontlines that he truly came to value a universal right: having a patch to call one’s own.
In the seventh edition of our annual Doc Photo Special special, we’re celebrating the visual storytellers transforming what it means to capture ‘home’.