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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

2 years ago

We talk to Gerhard Steidl about winning this year's Outstanding Contribution to Photography prize and what we can expect from his celebratory exhibition

2 years ago

We showcase the most striking standalone images entered into the 2020 Open competition this past week 

2 years ago

Student Sarah Schrimpf gives her advice on writing an artist's statement, applying for funding and the benefits of photography competitions

2 years ago

The pet portrait photographer shares her images of pooches and pups on our Instagram feed for the week. To kickstart her takeover we put Elke in the spotlight

2 years ago

French photographer Elise Dumontet gives her top tips for putting on an exhibition, from finding the right space to using your resources

2 years ago

From matchstick factories to cross-stitch, German photographer Alma Haser reveals her insights and inspirations for this week's Instagram takeover 

2 years ago

Our pick of images entered into this year's Open competition in the past seven days 

2 years ago

Marta Moreiras shares the story behind Pères, her series that promotes gender equality, social development and challenges preconceptions of Africa

2 years ago

British wildlife photographer George Turner – otherwise known as George the Explorer – steps into the World Photography Organisation spotlight for this week's Instagram takeover 

2 years ago

Kieran Dodds shares his images from his award-winning series Hierotopia and reveals why he describes himself as a non-fiction photographer 

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