Category:Editorial Photography

September 17, 2013

Ancient Cities Turned to Sand in China – UTNE Reader

The text below is an adapted excerpt from MELTDOWN: Climate Change on the Tibetan Plateau, featured on UTNE Reader this week. There are some...

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September 10, 2013

Photographing In Jakarta’s “Shark Graveyard” – Indonesia

The stench was over-powering. As I looked out onto the wooden benches before me, the bleached bones seemed to glisten under the...

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September 5, 2013

The Cities Most at Risk from Rising Sea Levels – World Bank – Is your City on the List?

A recent report led by the World Bank lists the cities most at risk from flooding, due to rising sea-levels. The study,...

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March 11, 2012

Thinking of Japan…March 11th

Today marks the one year anniversary since the devastating Japanese earthquake and subsequent tsunami of March 11th, 2011. I lived in Japan for one...

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March 2, 2012

Mei Yan, CEO of Viacom China, for Serafina Magazine

I recently had the opportunity to meet and photograph one of China’s leading media women, Ms. Mei Yan of Viacom China. On assignment for...

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October 18, 2010

Featured Expert – John MacKinnon – Pulitzer Center #9

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...

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September 19, 2010

Sichuan: Controlling Water – Pulitzer Center #8

SEAN GALLAGHER, FOR THE PULITZER CENTER, SICHUAN PROVINCE, CHINA Water did not seem in short supply as I arrived in China’s southwest province of...

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September 8, 2010

Qinghai’s Troubled Soul – Pulitzer Center #7

SEAN GALLAGHER, FOR THE PULITZER CENTER, QINGHAI PROVINCE, CHINA Tenzin’s green eyes bored into me as I looked at his sunburnt face. “Qinghai Lake...

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August 26, 2010

Where is the best place to photograph…the Great Wall of China?

In the second of my series of “Where is the best place to photograph…” (view the first one can be found here), I want...

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