“He’s the poor peoples photographer” – over heard photographers four-year-old son telling his friends
Josh Estey is one of the world’s top humanitarian relief and development documentary photographers. His work for UNICEF, CARE, USAID, World Food Programme, World Bank, Australian Aid, Mercy Corps, ReSurge and others captures moments of dignity and spirit without ever sacrificing truth or context, and has helped lead the radical transformation of non-profit photography and videography over the past two decades. A Pulitzer-nominee and recognised by World Press, Josh's photojournalistic and video work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, Far Easter Economic Review, Geo Kids, Paris Match, People Magazine, O-Magazine, CNN, Channel 7, and CCTV.. He is based in Los Angeles and Jakarta.
CARE Int, UNICEF, Every Mother Counts, WFP, World Bank, ReSurge, Mercy Corps, Far Easter Economic Review, Time Asia, Newsweek, Geo Kids, Paris Match, O-Magazine, GAP, Orica, ExxonMobil, Bayer, Frisian Flag, Tanito, DLA Piper, Channel 7 (Australia, CNN International, CCTV English, USAID, Australian Aid, European Union, is associated with Namuh Media - South Africa and MataHati Productions - Indonesia.
Josh has won numerous awards and industry recognitions including a Pulitzer Nomination, World Press recognition and his video work has been Highly Commended by BAFTA.
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