17 February

Multimedia Week Podcast

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Multimedia Week Podcast

I had the pleasure this past weekend to sit down with World Press Photo Academy Connected Learning’s DJ Clark for the Multimedia Week podcast. If you haven’t listened to the podcast yet, it’s a entertaining mix of discussions about the world of photojournalism and its continuing evolution. Topics so far have included Chobi Mela photo […]

15 May

Interview With World Press Photo Academy – Connected Learning

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Interview With World Press Photo Academy – Connected Learning

A quick post today to share with you a video released this week of an interview I recently did with DJ Clark, from the Word Press Photo Academy. In this short video we talk about my recent Pulitzer Center sponsored project in India and discuss my transition into shooting video over the past few years. […]

12 January

China’s Fragile Forests – Interview for the Pulitzer Center

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News

For regular readers who have stopped by over the past few weeks, I must apologise for the lack of posts recently. The past couple of months were busier than I expected and blogging kept getting pushed back further and further down my list of things ‘to do’. Needless to say, I am back and will […]

15 November

Photographing the British Prime Minister, David Cameron | BBC News

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Last week, I had an assignment from the British Embassy in Beijing to photograph the visit of British Prime Minister, David Cameron on his first visit as PM to China. This was a very exciting and interesting assignment and I plan to feature some of my behind-the-scenes photos here on my blog in the coming […]

18 October

Featured Expert – John MacKinnon – Pulitzer Center #9

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Editorial Photography | One comment

SEAN GALLAGHER, FOR THE PULITZER CENTER, BEIJING, CHINA John MacKinnon, of the EU-China Biodiversity Program, is one the world’s leading experts on biodiversity and the environment in China. He began his career in 1965 working with Jane Goodall in the famed study of the chimpanzees of Gombe. In 1968, he moved to Southeast Asia to […]

5 February

Former student of Hutong Photography workshop featured in City Weekend

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Workshops

We were delighted to find out last week that Chelin Miller, who is a former student from one of out hutong workshops, was featured in Beijing City Weekend and interviewed about her experiences taking on of our classes. You can read a snippet of the interview here online and read it reproduced below. Well done […]

11 January

Answering Questions from Pulitzer Center on YouTube

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News

I was asked recently by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting to answer some questions with regards to my reporting on the subject of desertification in China. This is part of their initiative titled ‘Meet the Journalist”, offering viewers a chance to get ‘behind the scenes’ and find out some of the motivations and working […]

10 January

Interview with BBC World Service

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Last month I was interviewed by the BBC World Service’s Outlook programme for an article on my work on desertification for the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. The interview ran over the new year and has proved to be a wonderful new way to spread the message about this issue (the BBC World Service gets […]

4 October

Video | China’s 60th Anniversary Preparations in Hangzhou

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Video

The above video is one that I produced for the Globe and Mail newspaper, along with the Asia Bureau Chief Mark Mackinnon and his assistant Yu Mei, a couple of weeks ago. The video centers on the preparations for the country’s 60th anniversary that passed on October 1st, focusing on the city of Hangzhou which lies to the west […]