Monthly:September 2020

Behind the Story – Cambodia Burning – Pulitzer Center

In this ‘Behind the Story’ featurette, produced for the Pulitzer Center, I discuss the making of my recent story, Cambodia Burning. I discuss how the project idea was conceived, the main challenges in carrying out the work and what I think the future holds for the forests of Cambodia. To learn more about this project, see the project page on the Pulitzer Center website HERE. SIGN-UP TO SEAN GALLAGHER’S NEWSLETTER FOR UPDATES ON NEW WORK, PRINT SALES, WORKSHOPS & EVENTS.

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Yale Environment 360 Feature – Turning the Tide on the Relentless Destruction of Cambodia’s Forests

I’m really pleased to be able to share with you a recent publication of my work, a photo-essay feature with Yale Environment 360 focusing on my project earlier this year in Cambodia, supported by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. The piece is titled ‘Turning the Tide on the Relentless Destruction of Cambodia’s Forests‘ and showcases a selection of images from the series, accompanied by introductory text about the issues facing Cambodia’s forests. Followers of my work will be familiar […]

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Cambodia Burning Film Shortlisted for Earth Photo Awards

Cambodia Burning [4K] កម្ពុជាកំពុងឆេះ from Sean Gallagher on Vimeo. I am very pleased to announce that my recent new film, Cambodia Burning, has been shortlisted for the Earth Photo Awards in the Changing Forests Category. The awards showcase some of the best photography and film from around the world, highlighting both the beauty of nature and the challenges facing it. Learn more below and visit the online exhibition HERE. “This virtual exhibition showcases the very best in environmental visual media […]

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