5 May

Washington DC Environmental Film Festival

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March 15-27 saw the holding of the Washington DC Environmental Film Festival in America’s capital. It was a showcase of short films made about environmental issues around the world and I was lucky enough to have been invited to show some of my recent work from China, as part of the presentation given by the […]

3 December

Images from ‘China’s Threatened Waters’ Exhibition Opening at Yugong Yishan

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[slideshare id=6014053&doc=yugongyishanexhib-101203023041-phpapp02] The evening of November 22nd saw the opening of the first public print display of ‘China’s Threatened Waters’, as part of the Greening the Beige annual party. We had a great attendance with a few hundred people attending the events and it really was a wonderful evening. Please find above a small selection […]

30 November

Print Auction – China’s Growing Sands & Threatened Waters – Dec 10th

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Dear All…Quick update today to let you know about a special event that we (myself and Greening the Beige) would like to invite you to on the evening of December 10th at the Hutong in Beijing. As the exhibition of Threatened Waters finishes at Yugong Yishan, we wanted to do something productive with the prints, so […]

14 June

Images from Zhengzhou Universities Talks

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This weekend I travelled to the Chinese city of Zhengzhou, a city of some 7 million people lying next to the Yellow River in central Henan province. I was in the city to give a series of talks at Universities in the city, presenting some of my work in China over the past 4 years […]

22 February

IMPACT: an online exhibition | Desertification Unseen

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IMPACT: an online exhibition | Desertification Unseen

Get Your Free Web Ring Webring by Bravenet.com “Desertification is one of the most serious threats facing humanity” – Kofi Annan, former UN Secretary General. World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought. 2006. “The dryness affects our lives a lot. We call it the ‘black disaster’, which means there is no grass. On the grassland, […]

15 December

International Migrants Day – Fund Raiser – Dec 18th

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“The UN proclamation of the annual International Migrants Day offers a rallying point for everyone across the world who is concerned with migrants. It is an opportunity to recognise the contributions made by millions of migrants to the well-being and economies of their countries.” – Compassion for Migrant Children This Friday, 18th Dec, will see […]

2 December

Speaking at the British Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai – January 14th

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I have been invited to speak at the British Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, on January 14th 2010, speaking about my work for the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting on ‘China’s Growing Sands’. If you are in town on the date, please come along! This is a rescheduled event from last year, so hopefully this […]

11 November

FotoWeek DC Update

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*UPDATE* For lots more photos from this great exhibition, please head here at brightyoungthings.com This will be a very quick post, but wanted to show you the print of mine in the David Alan Harvey Presents… exhibition over at PhotoWeek DC at the moment. As you can see, the prints have been almost ‘strung-up’, hanging side […]

9 November

FotoWeekDC | David Alan Harvey Presents… & Critical Exposure Auction

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If you are in the Washington DC area this week, then you should make a beeline for the wealth of photography events they on this week as part of FOTOWEEKDC. I am slightly miffed as I spent the best part of last week in DC and had to leave just before all the events kicked […]

29 October

News This Week | Speaking at Georgetown / American University / Climate Institute

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What a busy few days it has been since I arrived in the US 5 days ago. I spent the first few days at Kent State University, where I gave a total of eight (yes 8!) presentations for my work for the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, mainly to students enrolled in the school’s various […]