Featured in The Times, Euronews, Geographical and others

Media writing about the Earth Photo 2024 exhibition and mentioning my photos from the series “Changing Landscapes”.

The Times In pictures: Shortlisted entries from The Earth Photo 2024 portray a planet in peril.

Photographers and filmmakers from around the globe entered their work in the international open call and exhibition for images that tell compelling stories about the planet.⁠ “Never has there been a more important time where we need new ways to understand the beautiful world we inhabit,” Skinder Hundal, global director of arts at the British Council, said.⁠

Euronews Green In our hyperconnected world, some environmental images still have the power to make us stop and stare.

Nearly 2,000 images were submitted to Earth Photo this year, an international programme that has been platforming photographers’ and filmmakers’ work since 2018. Co-founded by the UK’s Royal Geographical Society, Forestry England and visual art consultancy Parker Harries, Earth Photo seeks out conversation-sparking photos that show the world and its changing climate and ecosystems.

MSN Glaciers and the ‘gates of hell’: Earth Photo 2024 shortlist has glimmers of hope

In our hyperconnected world, some environmental images still have the power to make us stop and stare. Nearly 2,000 images were submitted to Earth Photo this year, an international programme that has been platforming photographers’ and filmmakers’ work since 2018.

Geographical UK The shortlist for Earth Photo 2024 has been announced, showcasing images which highlight the beauty and peril of our planet

Earth Photo is an annual international competition for images and films that tell stories about our planet. Co-directed by the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), Forestry England, and Parker Harris, the programme reveals the narratives behind pictures, encouraging conversations about our world, its inhabitants, environments, and the changing climate. 

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