Reading Time: 3 minutes For the third and final installment of the Malala Fund x 1854 Against All Odds commission series, one more woman photographer will be commissioned to create new work celebrating the strength and determination of remarkable girls
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Reading Time: 4 minutes As the first photographer commissioned as part of the Malala Fund’s Against All Odds commission series in collaboration with 1854, the Caracas-born photographer will document 16-year-old Katty — who dreams of becoming a doctor amidst the country’s fraught socio-political climate
Reading Time: < 1 minute James Gerrard-Jones explores the changing face of marketing photography with Sophie Ebrard and Louise Hagger
Reading Time: < 1 minute In this collaboration between 1854 presents and the global photographic network Le Book, writer, editor and curator Tom Seymour hosts a discussion between Touch Digital founder Greame Bull Craig, and 2017 Lens Culture Emerging Talent Award winner Nicholas White.
Reading Time: 4 minutes “Whether you’ve got six minutes or six days, it’s about lending yourself to those moments so that you can make people feel comfortable,” says the British-Nigerian photographer, recently commissioned by Leica and 1854 to capture ‘the everyday’
Reading Time: 4 minutes After spending years making work in the USA, a new commission from Leica will see Bannister turning his camera to his native Britain — where he seeks to dig beneath the surface of how people and places ‘present’, instead capturing their essence.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Part of a three-part commission series celebrating the determination and agency of remarkable girls around the world, applications are now open for the second women photographer to help Malala’s mission.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Mendez & Kaplan to investigate the impact of climate change in Colombia in a new collaboration between WaterAid and 1854
Reading Time: 3 minutes In a new commission for WaterAid and 1854/BJP, Calvin Chow turns his lens to Cambodia’s life force, the Tonlé Sap lake
Reading Time: 3 minutes A new commission by WaterAid and 1854 will see Ngadi Smart explore Freetown’s complex water supply problems and what it’s young people are doing about it.