Karl Grobl
Karl Grobl specializes in humanitarian photojournalism, documenting relief efforts and development work of NGOs worldwide. Karl has worked for more than 85 different NGOs in over 50 countries, covering issues including conflict, post-conflict resolution and reconstruction, HIV/AIDS, prostitution, human trafficking, malaria, cholera, environmental degradation as well as micro-finance and education; Karl’s images have appeared in publications such as Newsweek, CNN, Geo, Town and Country magazine and The Chronicle of Philanthropy. His 2005 Haiti photo-story “City of God” was nominated for a World Press Photo Award.
Jeffrey Chapman
Jeffrey is a New York State , USA based freelance cultural, humanitarian and world photographer with extensive prior experience as an international strategy consultant to governments and Prime Ministers. When not working on photo assignments, Jeffrey is an advocate for refugees (primarily Burmese Karen, Somali and Iraqi) who are resettling in the United States. He is dedicated to visually communicating stories of hope and dignity of those without voices loud enough to tell their own stories. Jeffrey is also a key member of the International Guild of Visual Peacemakers and is available for assignments worldwide.
Edoardo Agresti
Edoardo Agresti is a Florence, Italy based travel and wedding photographer who also runs Studio Crea, an internationally acclaimed photo-reportage travel and wedding company and Polaris Publishing company. In recent years his success at wedding photography has allowed him to devote more time to travel, teaching and other projects including been mentored by Steve McCurry. Edoardo is a Partner of the Nikon Professional Services and one of the organizers and teachers of the Nikon School of Travel. In 2007 his book “AFRIASIA” was published showing his portfolio of 7 years of travelling around Africa and Asia. In 2008 he was elected “Photographer of the year” by National Wedding Photographers Association)..
Matt Brandon
Matt Brandon is a Penang based humanitarian and travel photographer, who collaborates with NGOs to tell their stories and to train their field staff to do the same. Well known as a photographer and international workshop instructor, Matt’s images have been used by clients such as Partner Aid International, NeighborWorks, the BBC, Honda Motor Corporation, and Bombadier Transport Corporation. His photographic pursuits have taken him to India, Indonesia, Thailand, Maldives, Philippines and Malaysia. Matt is also a key member of the International Guild of Visual Peacemakers and is available for assignments worldwide
Gavin Gough
Gavin Gough is a Bangkok based, freelance travel, stock and assignment photographer. Gavin’s clients include National Geographic, American Express, Sony, Tommy Hilfiger, 3M and many more. His images have been featured in publications and advertising campaigns worldwide. Gavin is the co-founder of the Bangkok Photo School as well as the leader of a series of highly sought after workshops. Gavin is also a key member of the International Guild of Visual Peacemakers and is available for assignments worldwide
David duChemin
David duChemin is a Vancouver based international assignment and humanitarian photographer as well as the best-selling author of “Within The Frame, The Journey of Photographic Vision” and “VisionMongers, Making a Life and a Living in Photography”. David’s focus on helping photographers understand the “why” rather than the “how” of photography and to focus on their own vision has rapidly made him one of the best selling photographic authors of all time. David is also a key member of the International Guild of Visual Peacemakers and is available for assignments worldwide