If you had traveled to the Middle East as a professional journalist or an independent filmmaker, we would have probably been investigating the mysterious story of your disappearance. Otherwise, you should count yourself lucky if you are reading this article

We have entered another era of milestone moments for women’s rights - triggered in large part by the #MeToo movement exposing further and wider the sexual harassment and assault that activists have for long been highlighting worldwide. And this has

Without a doubt, the popularity of drones has skyrocketed in recent years. While improvements in the underlying technology have made drones easier to control and operate, incredible progress has also been made regarding their range and security. These features allow drones

Origami, the Japanese art of paper folding, has existed since ancient times, bringing us aesthetic pleasure to create paper figures of animals and flowers. Nowadays, origami evolves even further with a mix of advanced mathematical theories and laws. Robert J. Lang

How do we tell a story? How do we tell the world about an event everyone has heard of or read about but has not seen firsthand? For Cheryl Diaz Meyer, a Pulitzer Prize Winner photojournalist, all it takes is

So, who is Traveling Petite Girl? Well, in a world where most of us work a 9-5 scheme job we tend to become encapsulated within our mediocre environments. We know that deep within our souls yearn to ignite the fire

An independent filmmaker's life is challenging and this is how I became one. I was in my last year of the film school when I told one of my tutors that I was only interested in following in the footsteps

Asher Svidensky is a freelance photographer, who is working with diverse and beautiful cultures from around the world and presenting them with wonderfully-built storytelling and photography. His works have been featured in such magazines as BBC, National Geographic, The Guardian,

In buying these compelling portraits, punters are directly empowering those in the photographs. Amongst the subdued tones of a drought-stricken field in Ethiopia emerges a family of three, each dressed in exquisitely patterned red and black textiles. There is a striking

When Australian photographer Luke Shadbolt discovered his passion for the ocean, he decided to share it with the world. During his travels between remote natural areas and densely populated environments, he gained an insight into the fundamental human-nature connection. Through his works he seeks

Leonor, originally from Amsterdam, is half Dutch half German, and currently based in Berlin. She has a BSc in Communication and Fashion Styling and is working as visual storyteller and photographer for fashion labels that focus on sustainable and ethical aspects

Marcus Bleasdale is a photographer who has been documenting some of the world's most brutal wars over the past eighteen years. Marcus covered the wars in Sierra Leone, Liberia, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Central African Republic, Somalia, Chad and

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