Warm Waters featured on CNN Connect the World segment “Parting Shots”.
Today, refugees aren’t just fleeing war. They’re fleeing climate change too.
Warm Waters in Ogonek magazine (Russia), issue #6, 15/02/2016
Happy to share great news!
Last night web-doc Crying Meri (www.cryingmeri.com) received Prix Photo AFD Best Web Documentary 2015! Huge thanks to AFD and Nikon France for the prize, to my agencies COSMOS, PANOS and LAIF and especially to COSMOS’s director Annie Boulat for giving a speech for me the last night at the award ceremony in Paris, to Ben Chesterton and Duckrabbit, whose video is part of Crying Meri web-site, to Svetlana and David from the FotoEvidence, who published Crying Meri book (check it out on their web-site), to my assistant Harry Virtanen and all my friends who keep supporting me and my work!
Discovery’s “Seeker Stories” featured my ongoing photo-project “Warm Waters” on climate change in the Pacific.
Interview and photo-gallery from “Warm Waters” on Bird In Flight
1 Million Women featured my ongoing project “Warm Waters”, which is about climate change in the Pacific Region and
communities whose very existence is threatened by global warming.
Images from Kiribati that are part of my long-term ongoing project “Warm Waters” about climate change in the Pacific are featured on Lens Culture.
These images will be exhibited during Angkor photo festival in Siem Reap, Cambodia in December 2015.
‘Two Faces of the Thunder Dragon’ story from Bhutan is exhibited at Suwon International Photo Festival, South Korea. The exhibition will be up from November 1st to 15th.
Laurence Cornet from Blink asked me a few questions about working on human rights projects and collaborating with the UN and NGOs:
Violence, Almost Unspeakable, Made Visible