Translating Humanitarian Emergency into Medical Aid in Syria
Friday, 31 August 2018
It is with sadness that I announce the forthcoming closure of my company. The previous blog post reports the direction my work has taken since attending Asim Rafiqui's workshop: 'Rethinking the Photo Project' with NOOR, which was part of the Fotografia Europe 2015 conference in Italy. This direction is humanitarian, not for profit and fits more closely to my former practice as a therapist and researcher. For these reasons it is not compatible with a commercial business. Those who are interested can access my current work at the following website:
The British Institute for Professional Photography featured my humanitarian work documenting medical aid to Syria in the Photographer magazine, August 2018. This is a difficult subject that many do not attempt to cover and turn away, but those affected really do appreciate all the efforts of those who try. So my sincere thanks to Jonathan Briggs, editor and the BIPP for the thoughtful and closely observed way in which this project has been conveyed to the membership.