Belgian photographer Kevin Faingnaert has won the 2017 ZEISS Photography Award. Kevin's series 'Føroyar' depicts life on remote and sparsely populated villages on the Faroe Islands.
Mary Beth Meehan, photographer and educator, says her goal is to use her work to “create connections among people, and to inspire an empathy that transcends economics, politics, and race.”
‘Virtual Control: Security and the Urban Imagination’ by Max Colson, uses photography, digital manipulation, animation and text to explore how urban space is becoming increasingly segregated and controlled.
ÉXODO is a photobook by Rita Álvarez Tudela about the 5,000 Spanish nurses working today in the United Kingdom, who are part of the biggest Spanish migration of the 21st century.
In the streets of Vietnam’s major cities young men and women walk around wearing face masks. With most of their faces covered they all become alike, they all become one.
"My curiosity of people and places made documentary photography a natural path for me and this is reflected in both my personal and professional work."