13th July 2022 18:00-20:30
The Invention Rooms, Imperial College
Door C, 68 Wood Lane
W12 7TA

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Photojournalism Hub presents three great photographers whose work is rooted by history, anthropological research and ethics. A search that has led to powerful, rich and evocative photography.

Stuart Freedman was born in London and has been a photographer since 1991. His work has been published in, amongst others, Life, Geo, Time, Der Spiegel, Newsweek, The Sunday Times Magazine and Paris Match covering stories from Albania to Afghanistan and from former Yugoslavia to Haiti. The author of three books he is a member of Panos Pictures.

Inès Elsa Dalal is a documentary photographer concerned with the ethics of portraiture. She is committed to confronting systemic injustice, such as racism and xenophobia. Born in Nottingham to a Swiss, Italian mother & German, Parsi (Iranian-Indian) father, Dalal’s own mixed heritage informs the tenderness with which she approaches portrait sitters; as well as the communities she co-creates with. Dalal initiates long-form documentary portraiture projects and responds to commissions, while tutoring nationally and lecturing internationally.

Valeria Luongo (Rome, 1989) is a London based documentary photographer and visual anthropologist. She studied anthropology in Rome and in Manchester and led academic research in Mexico for several years. Her photographic approach is characterised by working on long term projects and to fully engage with the subject of her stories. Her work usually focuses on communities, spirituality and gender issues and has been featured in The Guardian, BBC and National Geographic UK, among others.

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