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Zoriah --
PHOTOJOURNALIST AND WAR PHOTOGRAPHER SPECIALIZING IN DOCUMENTING CONFLICT, CRISIS AND DISASTERS
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Chernobyl's forest reclaiming yet another home. Continue reading
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An abandoned home being reclaimed by the forest in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Continue reading
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I am still working hard editing this new series...here is another peek. Also, I may have one slot available for the Chernobyl small group workshop this winter. Contact me for details and pricing. Continue reading
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First of all I would like to thank Hal Gould for his incredible support of my work, especially in times when I really needed it. He was a great man and many of us have truly lovely memories of him. Continue reading
I got a good laugh to see that photojournalism has reached #2 in the rankings of worst jobs Continue reading
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I am finally finishing up with a string of assignments in six different countries and getting a bit of time to edit a series of images I shot a year ago in Chernobyl. The story is about the decaying family homes just outside of Pripyat in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone... Continue reading
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Here are a couple more images shot during the filming of L'Epreuve, released in the United States under the name A Thousand Times Goodnight... Continue reading
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Here is a copy of the poster for the film with one of my photos shot on set of Juliette Binoche with her camera. The film is worth seeing and don't miss the exhibition of Images running at MK2 in Paris. Continue reading
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I have an exhibition in Paris running for two weeks. It will be running until May 12th at the MK2 Theater and I will post the address below. Continue reading
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Abandoned baby cribs in a hospital in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Continue reading
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The remains of a large candy bar factory in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Continue reading
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The outside of a nuclear cooling tower is seen through the remains of another, partially built cooling tower in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Continue reading
I have had to keep a lot of my work over the past year silent, until now. I am very excited to share this amazing new project with all of you, it's called Dollar Street. It is very different from what I normally do but equally challenging and fascinating... Continue reading
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A photo of the interior of one of the main cooling towers of the Chernobyl Nuclear Facility in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Continue reading
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A decaying apartment wall revealing layers of colored paint in the city of Pripyat, Chernobyl . In the wake of the nuclear disaster thousands of apartments were abandoned, never to be returned to. Continue reading
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A woman walks down the street in the Chernobyl Militarized Zone in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Nature is taking back the roads and cities in the Chernobyl Zone and there are very few people who call this area home. Continue reading
Next week I will be giving a photojournalism lecture at the Global Center for Journalism and Democracy. I will also be giving two short visual storytelling workshops on campus, one for teachers and one for students. If you will be in the Houston, Texas area and would like to attend the lecture or one of the workshops please send an email to gcjd@shsu.edu. They will be held at the Global Center for Journalism and Democracy at the Sam Houston State University in the Dan Rather Communications Building. There is an article about the lecture here. Continue reading
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Below is a feature story I wrote for Maptia.com about the first time I photographed the Chernobyl Nuclear Exclusion Zone Continue reading
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I have finally had a bit of time to start going through images from my recent project in Chernobyl and will start posting those, as well as many from the year before that I have not yet published. I look forward to sharing them with you all. Continue reading
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From the movie A Thousand Times Goodnight, a refugee mourns her dead husband after a militia group raids the camp. Continue reading
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From the movie A Thousand Times Goodnight, a militant is seen through the smoke of a burning village during an attack on a refugee camp. Continue reading
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I have a new feature story out on a lovely new platform called Maptia. I will post the full story here later on, but for now I hope you all enjoy seeing it on the Maptia website Continue reading
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There are just so many of these, I dont even know where to start. Here are a couple more images I shot for the war photographer film 1,000 Times Good Night, with more to come soon... Continue reading
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I have had five great years on my ship in Holland, Belgium and France but it is now time to say goodbye to my home. With my work and travel schedule I am just not able to keep up with maintaining a large houseboat, so I have decided it's time to sell. Continue reading
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One of my images from the new Juliette Binoche film about a photojournalist and war photographer called A Thousand Times Goodnight... Continue reading