I asked some of the photographers who have been interviewed in the Documentary Photography Review podcasts to share their thoughts and experiences in response to a series of 12 questions. This week I ask: Beyond your camera and lenses, what one piece of kit do...

I asked some of the photographers who have been interviewed in the Documentary Photography Review podcasts to share their thoughts and experiences in response to a series of 12 questions. This week - the third week in this series of articles - I ask: What...

I asked some of the photographers who have been interviewed in the Documentary Photography Review podcasts to share their thoughts and experiences in response to a series of 12 questions. This week - the third week in this series of articles - I ask: During...

I asked some of the photographers who have been interviewed in the Documentary Photography Review podcasts to share their thoughts and experiences in response to a series of 12 questions. This week - the third week in this series of articles - I ask: What...

I asked some of the photographers who have been interviewed in the Documentary Photography Review podcasts to share their thoughts and experiences in response to a series of 12 questions. This week - the third week in this series of articles - I ask: Who...

I asked some of the photographers who have been interviewed in the Documentary Photography Review podcasts to share their thoughts and experiences in response to a series of 12 questions. This week - the third week in this series of articles - I ask: What...

I asked some of the photographers who have been interviewed in the Documentary Photography Review podcasts to share their thoughts and experiences in response to a series of 12 questions. This week I ask: For someone wanting to start exploring documentary photography – what one...

In this Documentary Photography Review podcast we talk with Claudia Leisinger, a London based freelance portrait and documentary photographer. We discuss her journey into photography; her well travelled childhood and its influence on her image taking and the challenges of juggling a family and photography....

In this podcast we talk to Cinzia D’Ambrosi about her photographic work Transitional, in which she documents people stuck in various forms of temporary, emergency, housing in London, Slough and Chichester....

In this Documentary Photography Review Podcast we talk to Tim Mitchell, a London based documentary photographer. Tim tells us about his journey into photography through music and the visual arts, and the challenges and positive aspects of developing as a self-taught photographer. Tim often works...

In this Documentary Photography Review podcast we talk with Jonathan Goldberg about his two projects centred on Transition Towns/the Transition Network. Transition Towns are a response to issues such as climate change, peak oil and economic instability and centre around creating resilient and self-reliant communities....

In this Documentary Photography Review Podcast we talk to freelance documentary and reportage photographer Hannah Mornement. We discuss her journey into photography and the influence of her fine art background on her image taking. Hannah talks about her personal and historical projects in Italy and...

In this episode of the Documentary Photography Review podcast I speak to photographer Freya Najade. We talk about Freya’s work with a particular focus on her Strawberries in Winter project, which explores modern farming practices that ensure seasonal produce is available in European supermarkets all...

In this episode of the Documentary Photography Review podcast I am talking to Anna Huix – a documentary and editorial photographer from Catalonia, but now living in London. We talk about Anna’s experience of collaborating with journalists on documentary projects, and the struggles to get...

In this episode I speak to Agata Skowronek – a photojournalist and video journalist from Germany, now based in Berlin having recently moved back there after spending the past 8 years based in Turkey, and working throughout the Middle East....

In this episode I am speaking with Eduardo Leal – a documentary photographer originally from Portugal, focusing on social and environmental issues across South America, and the politics and traditions within the region....

In this episode I am speaking with Adhytia Putra, an Indonesian documentary photographer who has recently graduated from the London College of Communication with a Masters in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography....

In this episode I’m speaking to documentary photographer and filmmaker Simon Hipkins. Simon has worked professionally in photography and film for 15 years, and has worked as a director/producer, cameraman and editor for documentaries for the BBC and Channel Four....

In this interview we talk to French photographer, educator and facilitator, Ingrid Guyon. Ingrid grew up in France and moved to London in 2001 to pursue her interest in photography and social anthropology. Ingrid’s passion and work lies in participatory photography and we talk at...

In this Documentary Photography Review Podcast we talk to Sicilian photographer Roberto Zampino about his recent documentary photography project ‘Piscaturi’.  Roberto tells us what drew him to photography and why he now brands himself an ‘out there’ photographer....

Kazi 'Alve' Riasat is a young photographer based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He studied business at the Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) both at Dhaka and Chittagong, but became interested in photography when a friend gave him a hand-me-down Nikon D40. His specific interest in documentary photography...

In our interview with Antonio Olmos we discuss his journey as a photographer from Mexico to London, and the changes he has seen over his many years in the business, including the switch to film and the role of the mass media in disseminating photographic...

Today’s interview is with Iesha Small – a documentary photographer who picked up a camera just a few years ago, in order to help navigate her way through a particularly difficult time in her life. In her project, entitled Mindshackles, Iesha has been exploring mental...

This, our second podcast, sees us interview photographer Lucy Piper, who has just graduated with a 2:1 BA (Hons) in Press and Editorial Photography from Falmouth University, Cornwall. Over the last few years Lucy has also completed work placements at US newspaper, The Los Angeles...

In this, the first Documentary Photography Review podcast, we interview Lewis Bush about his journey into photography, his work as a professional photographer, and focusing on his documentary project, Canvey Island, which he completed during his MA at the London College of Communication....

Tim Mitchell introduces his work, and shares the stories behind the images of his body of work ' A Fish Out of Water'. "Created in collaboration with social scientists, A Fish Out of Water documents the breaking of the RFA Grey Rover over two...

In this Documentary Photography Review video podcast photographer Sam Ivin shares the stories behind the images in his Community Nurses project. Sam explores the everyday activities of community nurses in rural Wales, UK, and shares his thoughts and feelings on the images and the people...

An interview with Kate Stanworth on one of her ongoing photo stories, looking at the lives of a group of murgueros - dancers and percussionists in Buenos Aires who form a 150-strong community, like a giant family....

I’m Kate Stanworth – I’m a London-based portrait and documentary photographer, and this summer I’ve been working on a new project which is a work in progress, called ‘Somaliland Summer’....

Over 350,000 people received three days’ emergency food from Trussell Trust foodbanks between April and September 2013, triple the numbers helped in the same period last year. The Trussell Trust says that UK food poverty is getting worse and the charity is calling for an...

The Carreta Cemetery, owned by the Church, built-in 1906 is one of the oldest and biggest graveyards in Cebu City, Philippines. It houses not only the dead but also the living. It's estimated over 15,000 corpses are buried here and almost 100 families consider this...