18 May

What Equipment Do Professional Photographers Use?

Posted by Sean Gallagher in on assignment
What Equipment Do Professional Photographers Use?

What equipment do professional photographers use? I get this question a lot. It usually comes from my students, workshop participants or from Q&A sessions when I present my work. It’s a fair question and one that I am always happy to answer as it often gives people an insight into how I create my work […]

21 March

Mentorship 2017 – Luc Forsyth

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News
Mentorship 2017 – Luc Forsyth

I am pleased to announce that Luc Forsyth is the recipient of my 2017 Mentorship, a free tutorship which aims to give early career photographers and multimedia journalists an opportunity for feedback, critiques and advice on their work. Luc’s work focuses on social and environmental issues in both Asia and Latin America. His early work […]

8 March

EverydayClimateChange Exhibition at Objectifs, Singapore

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Events, News
EverydayClimateChange Exhibition at Objectifs, Singapore

I’m pleased to have work as part of this exhibition at the Centre for Photography and Film in Singapore, as part of the EverydayClimateChange outreach programme. Please find all the details you need below if you are in Singapore and able to visit the exhibition. From the OBJECTIFS website: EverydayClimateChange is an Instagram feed where […]

27 February

Leonardo DiCaprio & Everyday ClimateChange on Instagram

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News
Leonardo DiCaprio & Everyday ClimateChange on Instagram

#Regram #RG @everydayclimatechange: Image by @sean_gallagher_photo A young Tibetan man embraces his yak on the shore of Qinghai Lake. The lake is China's largest inland body of water, lying at over 3000m on the Tibetan Plateau. The region contains the sources of the Yangtze, Mekong, and Yellow Rivers which feed water to millions downstream. As […]

19 January

Multimedia Week Podcast – Ep 94 – Now Live

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News
Multimedia Week Podcast – Ep 94 – Now Live

I was pleased to be invited back to speak on the Multimedia Week Podcast, talking with DJ Clark, Sharron Lovell and Cong Yan about some of the latest news and developments in the field of multimedia. For those of you who are not aware of the podcast, the weekly show discusses many aspects related to […]

11 January

National Geographic “What We Liked”

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News, published work
National Geographic “What We Liked”

A quick post today to show you a recent image feature on the National Geographic Creative website in the “What We Liked” section. Each week, editors from National Geographic pick their favourite images from those published by the agency on social media, mostly from the agency’s photographer’s Instagram accounts. As a contributing photographer to the […]

24 November

Mongolia’s Wild Horses, for Smithsonian Magazine

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Editorial Photography, News, on assignment
Mongolia’s Wild Horses, for Smithsonian Magazine

Very pleased to share this recent publication with you all from an assignment I did late last year in Mongolia for Smithsonian Magazine. The story focuses on the revival of the Przewalski Horse, Mongolia’s wild equine which is experiencing a resurgence after being successfully reintroduced in the wild. It’s a rare good-news story from the […]

11 November

Images on Display at C40 Cities 2016 Mayor’s Summit, in Mexico City

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Events, News
Images on Display at C40 Cities 2016 Mayor’s Summit, in Mexico City

I’m delighted to share the news that six of my images will be on display in a public exhibtion at the upcoming C40 Cities 2016 Mayor’s Summit, in Mexico City. “The C40 Mayors Summit in Mexico City will bring together the largest group of local leaders fighting climate change since COP21. C40 cities around the […]

21 October

Photographic Museum of Humanity Feature

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News, published work
Photographic Museum of Humanity Feature

Bearing the Cost of Environmental Degradation The past decade has witnessed an exponential increase of environmental damages; public awareness has grown at a slower pace but has finally reached the point of dialogue and action. And this, thanks to the contribution of early voices such as photographer Sean Gallagher. I spoke with the Photographic Museum […]

5 September

Giant Panda – National Geographic Creative Collection

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Editorial Photography, Stock Photography
Giant Panda – National Geographic Creative Collection

It’s a good week to be a Giant Panda. News has just broke that the species has been upgraded from ‘endangered’ to ‘vulnerable’ by the IUCN (the International Union for the Conservation of Nature), the organisation responsible for assessing and monitoring the status of the world’s animal and plant species. In 2011 I did a […]