15 May

Interview With World Press Photo Academy – Connected Learning

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Interview With World Press Photo Academy – Connected Learning

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIM6hVDA0Tc 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 […]

20 June

Finding Balance: Our Future, Our Forests – MediaStorm

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Finding Balance: Our Future, Our Forests – MediaStorm

Forests are an integral part of our lives and our future. But unless we can see them as more than an environmental issue, their future may be in jeopardy. See the project at http://www.un.org/esa/forests/ Here’s a new multimedia piece from the team at MediaStorm that I thought readers here would like to view. In the […]

16 April

New Multimedia – China’s Fragile Forests for the Asia Society

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A quick post to let you know of a new multimedia production that I just launched late last week looking at the challenges facing China Forests. Followers of my work will know that I began work on this topic late last summer with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. I was very happy when the […]

19 March

New Multimedia Coming Soon

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Followers here will know that last summer I embarked on a trip to China’s southern province of Sichuan, to report on the threats to China’s forests for the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. In case you missed it, here is a link to the main reporting page on the Pulitzer Center website. I’m delighted to […]

5 March

‘China on the Brink’ by The Asia Society

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A quick post here to let you know of a new video that has just been released by the Asia Society, focusing on my work over the past few years on China’s environmental crises. It was put together by Shreeya Sinha, who is an excellent multimedia journalist in her own right, and recorded when I […]

16 September

British Council Talks – Shenyang & Chongqing

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Earlier this year, I was invited by the British Council to take part in a series of talks in China, presenting my work on documenting the country’s environmental issues to over 300 students at Shanghai’s prestigious Tongji University. I was honored to be part of this series promoting the work of British figures, as previous […]

15 September

24 Hours of Reality: Climate Reality Project

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Video

Live broadcast by Ustream “24 Events…24 Time Zones…24 Hours of Reality Droughts, floods, heat waves, insect outbreaks, wildfires, sea level rise – we are encountering the reality of our changing climate every day. Five years after the theatrical release of An Inconvenient Truth, Nobel Laureate and former Vice President Al Gore will host an international […]

12 September

New Multimedia – China’s Wetlands – Asia Society

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This week the Asia Society and I launched a new collaborative project which brings together 4(!) brand new multimedia pieces, focusing on my Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting on issues surrounding the disspaearance of China’s wetlands. As regular readers here will know, this is is a project that I began last year and have continued […]

1 August

Dongting Lake Wins Press Photographer’s Year First Prize in Multimedia

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Dongting – A Lake in Flux from Sean Gallagher on Vimeo. I am really delighted to share the news here on my blog that my multimedia piece, ‘Dongting: A Lake In Flux” recently won 1st Prize in the prestigious British Press Photographer’s Year 2011. These awards highlight some of the best wotk from British photographers […]

2 May

Restrepo & Sleeping Soldiers

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I’ve been debating with myself over the past week whether or not to write a post on the subject of the loss of Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros. I did not known these men personally. I coincidentally know many of their friends very well but I had never been lucky enough to meet them myself. […]