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Zoriah --
PHOTOJOURNALIST AND WAR PHOTOGRAPHER SPECIALIZING IN DOCUMENTING CONFLICT, CRISIS AND DISASTERS
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From now on, I will quit counting... A man stands on top of a cliff in a slum on the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia. Continue reading
I met Krystle Wright a few years ago when we lectured together in Moscow and we have been pals ever since. She was just named a Canon Master and although her work is quite different from mine, I thought I would share it with all of you, as I think many of you will find this very inspiring. Continue reading
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A year after rocket landed near him on his walk home from school, a look at a young Palestinian during physical therapy. Continue reading
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Ahmed sits in bed as his brother massages his head and applies cream to his burns. Ahmed was walking home from school when a rocket landed near him, removing both legs, one arm, most of his fingers and burned large portions of his body... Continue reading
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Ahmed was a teenager when he was walking home from school in Gaza City and a stray rocket landed down the street from him. It shredded his limbs and burned through the skin on most of his body... Continue reading
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This image was taken from the mountains above La Paz in an area that was notoriously a slum for many years. Since 2006 Bolivia's president has been running a very successful campaign to eradicate poverty, and most slum areas are now improving. Continue reading
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I just touched down in my 100th country. I used to have a goal of visiting every country in the world, and as I have gotten older I have decided that cracking 100 is good enough for me. That being said, in three days I leave for country 101, so who knows. At this point rest sounds a lot better than travel though! Continue reading
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This sign was built before Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster to welcome people to the town of Pripyat. Pripyat, now abandoned, used to be home to almost 50,000 people. Continue reading
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A bed in an abandoned hospital in the city of Pripyat in Chernobyl, Ukraine Continue reading
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Children's shoes in an abandoned school in the town of Pripyat in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Continue reading
I just wanted to post a quick note to the friends and family of photojournalist Camille Lepage, who was killed two days ago while on Assignment in the Central African Republic. I wanted offer my most sincere condolences to all of you, Camille was a wonderful person doing important work and the world has lost a good soul this week. Continue reading
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A building lies in ruins outside of the city of Pripyat in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Continue reading
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A child's doll decays on the floor of an abandoned nursery school in the city of Pripyat in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Continue reading
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The abandoned Ferris Wheel seen through the decaying roof of a ticket vending booth in downtown Pripyat, Chernobyl Ukraine. Continue reading
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An abandoned apartment building is reflected ina puddle of water in the city of Pripyat in Chernobyl, Ukraine. The city is crumbling and turning back to nature decades after it was abandoned due to the nuclear emergency. Continue reading
I have been in Africa on assignment for the past two weeks and will remain here for the next several. I will be posting when I am able but due to the nature of this project I will be in a lot of rural areas with limited access to communications. I will look forward to sharing some of the work from this trip here once it is edited, most likely that will be two or three months away. Continue reading
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An abandoned room decaying in the city of Pripyat, Chernobyl. Continue reading
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A building decays in the abandoned city of Pripyat, Chernobyl. The entire city of Pripyat, 49,000 people, were evacuated when the nuclear reactor melted down on April 26th, 1986. The city was left as is and has been decaying ever since. Continue reading
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Buildings in the abandoned city of Pripyat in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Continue reading
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A highway leads into the abandoned city of Pripyat in the Chernobyl Militarized Zone, Ukraine. Continue reading
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One of the many signs warning of radiation within the Chernobyl Militarized Zone. I will be posting more of my work from Chernobyl over the coming weeks and look forward to sharing it as I continue editing. Continue reading
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Chernobyl Settlers: Photos of those that returned to this dangerous area to live out their remaining days in the place they grew up in and called home before the nuclear disaster. Continue reading
Since his second and last photojournalism workshop, Luc's work has been published by TIME, The LA Times, The New York Times Lens Blog, Al Jazeera, NBC News, ABC News and The New York TImes Online. He also had an image on the cover of the International New York Times and was featured on Time Magazine's pictures of the week. Congratulations on your excellent work Luc and keep it up Continue reading
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A man works separating plastics outside of a public dump site in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Many of the poorest people in developing countries survive by working in dump sites recycling and selling scrap and even foraging for discarded food to eat. Continue reading
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A boy eats dinner outside of a train track slum in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Continue reading