17 February

Presentation at Coal+Ice Exhibition in Shanghai – 20th Feb

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Events, News
Presentation at Coal+Ice Exhibition in Shanghai – 20th Feb

If you’re in Shanghai this weekend, I’ve been invited to speak about my work documenting climate change issues in Asia at the Coal+Ice Exhibition, a project of the Asia Society’s Center on US-China Relations. I’ll be presenting my work at the Vanke Xuhui Center (55 Ding An Road, Shanghai, China) from 14:00-15:30. I look forward […]

1 February

Smithsonian Magazine Instagram Takeover

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News, published work
Smithsonian Magazine Instagram Takeover

This week I will be taking over the Smithsonian Magazine Instagram feed this week, sharing images from my recent travels to Sri Lanka to document the rise in human-elephant conflict in the south asian island nation. Followers of my work will know that this work was created late last year and is part of my […]

15 January

The Other Hundred – Submissions Now Open

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Contests, News
The Other Hundred – Submissions Now Open

I’m pleased to share the news that I have been asked to be a nominator for this year’s ‘The Other Hundred’ project. The initiative aims to highlight the work of people who are doing extraordinary things for their communities through, since time through education. If you are a photographer who has taken images of people […]

9 December

10 Images of Air Pollution in China

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Stock Photography
10 Images of Air Pollution in China

China has been in the headlines again this week for its infamous air pollution hitting hazardous levels again. According to an article in the UK’s Guardian newspaper, “China, the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world, is suffering from serious air pollution, largely attributed to smog from coal-fired power plants.” It adds that the […]

16 October

New Pulitzer Center eBook: China, the Environment, and Religion

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News, published work
New Pulitzer Center eBook: China, the Environment, and Religion

This past summer, I was invited by the Pulitzer Center to take part in a unique event in Beijing, focused on the topic on “ecological civilisation”. The conference, hosted by the Pulitzer Center, The Communication University of China and the Yale School of Forestry was a bringing together of scholars, journalists, business leaders and government […]

3 September

Taxi Wars in China – Wall Street Journal

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News, published work
Taxi Wars in China – Wall Street Journal

This week a story is published on the Wall Street Journal titled, “Inside Uber’s Fight With Its Chinese Nemesis, Didi Kuaidi“, looking at the rivalry between the two companies looking to capture the taxi market in China. While outside the normal scope of many of the stories I typically cover, I was approached by the […]

28 August

Shared Office Space Comes to China – for the Wall Street Journal

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Shared Office Space Comes to China – for the Wall Street Journal

Read the full story here, on the Wall Street Journal’s Website.

24 August

Beijing: The Masked City – Featured on Mashable

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Beijing: The Masked City – Featured on Mashable

Pleased to share a recently published photo-essay on the digital media website, Mashable, who recently approached me to share this story with their audience. Those of you who follow my work will be familiar with this story on Beijinger’s reaction to air pollution. This however is one of the first major publications for the photo-essay […]

20 August

Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo …The Busiest in the World?!

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Video
Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo …The Busiest in the World?!

Here’s a quick clip that I have just uploaded onto my YouTube channel, which showcases some of the new video clips that I have available at National Geographic Creative. This particular clip is from Tokyo, Japan and focuses on the world’s busiest pedestrian crossing…Shibuya! To get to Shibuya crossing, take one of the many JR […]

17 August

A Nanjing Tale – The Ghosts of WW2 – for The Economist

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Video
A Nanjing Tale – The Ghosts of WW2 – for The Economist

This short video tells the story of Dai Chengdong and his late father, Dai Anlan, who was killed during the Japanese army’s invasion of Burma during World War 2. Part of The Economist‘s new series, ‘Asia’s Second World War Ghosts’, this collection of stories attempts to highlight the lingering emotions that still survive to this […]