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Anna Bonita Evans

Anna Bonita Evans

Managing Editor

Anna creates and curates all digital content for the World Photography Organisation. Focused on sourcing and sharing the world's stories in fresh and visually engaging ways, Anna collaborates with all members of the team to showcase the World Photography Organisation's identity, quality and voice. Anna has been involved in photography for seven years including five years experience at Black+White Photography and Outdoor Photography magazines as Features and Online Editor.

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Latest Blogs

3 years ago

We celebrate the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards announcements with 11 images capturing dramatic light to inspire you. All pictures have been taken from the 2019 Open and Youth competition shortlists and National Award winners  

3 years ago

We take a look at our favourite photographs entered into The Swap Project. You've got just three days left to enter! It's free, easy and a great way to expand your photography collection 

3 years ago

From standout wildlife imagery to compelling portraiture, the ten category winners from the 2019 Open competition highlight the beauty and diversity of our world

3 years ago

We are delighted to reveal the National Award winners from the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards. Talented photographers from around the world are recognized for their breathtaking images 

 

 

 

3 years ago

The Wall is a documentary project about Friendship Park, a stretch of the US-Mexico border where families meet through the fence that now separates them. Griselda San Martin's sobering series was one of the winners of The Fence 2018. 

3 years ago

We celebrate the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards shortlist announcements with nine compelling portraiture images to inspire you. All pictures have been taken from the 2019 Open and Youth competition shortlists  

3 years ago

Ewa Doroszenko shares her thought-provoking series Body Editor, which questions our unhealthy obsession with beauty 

 

3 years ago

During a trip to Uganda's capital photographer Ariel Tagar caught sight of a man riding past on a Vespa scooter. Striking up a conversation with the rider led to one of his most acclaimed photo projects to date

3 years ago

Fine art photographer Rachael Talibart answers our quick-fire questions to kickstart her takeover of the World Photography Organisation's Instagram feed for the week

3 years ago

Perhaps it was the time he spent in Barcelona, a Mecca for Modernist architecture, that influenced Keith Isaacs' decision to dedicate his life to photographing architecture. We put him under the spotlight  

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