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Canon Photo Club Lecture

Canon Photo Club Lecture

It was a great honour to be invited as the keynote speaker at the Canon Cambodia Photography Club (CCPC) gathering in Phnom Penh this March. There was a full house for my lecture Photography as a Tool of Influence.

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Angkor Photo Festival Canon Workshop 2012

Angkor Photo Festival Canon Workshop 2012

It’s official! I’m heading back to Cambodia to lead this year’s Canon-sponsored workshop during the 8th edition of Angkor Photo Festival. This will be my second year teaching there, and I am really excited to meet my new students.

My Photo Makes the Cover

My Photo Makes the Cover

I’m thrilled to announce that my photo makes the cover of Room to Read’s Annual report, and John Wood’s second book “Creating Room to Read.” I have been covering their projects in Asia for the last two years.

Color Me Night at Casa das Artes

Color Me Night at Casa das Artes

I am pleased to announce that my personal body of work Color Me Night will be shown at casa das Artes in Tavira, Portugal from August 25 to September 8 for the group exhibition titled [E]strange[d] Interior[ized] Landscape.

My Photo Makes the Cover

My Photo Makes the Cover

I’m thrilled to announce that my photo makes the cover of Room to Read’s Annual report, and John Wood’s second book “Creating Room to Read.” I have been covering their projects in Asia for the last two years.

APF Canon Workshop Update

APF Canon Workshop Update

In November 2011 I had the great privilege to lead the new Angkor Photo Festival workshop sponsored by Canon. I spent two days with a group of emerging photographers who were selected for the workshop by Canon’s representatives in Phnom Penh.

Kibera Then and Now – Youth Employment in the Slums

Kibera Then and Now – Youth Employment in the Slums

Kibera, Kenya’s largest shantytown, is at the fault line of the youth employment crisis sweeping the world. Three years ago, youths were tearing up the railroad tracks that run through the informal settlement during post-election violence.

Photo Editing Workshop for Beginners

Photo Editing Workshop for Beginners

Saturday May 21 I will be leading a basic editing tools workshop for beginners at Le Café des Pratiques in Besançon, France. Details are available on their Facebook page.

Meet the Photographer Projection

Meet the Photographer Projection

Search … Meet the Photographer Projection May 1, 2011 Friday May 20, 2012 I will be showing my work at Le Café des Pratiques in Besançon, France. I will be talking about how I came to photojournalism, experiences in the field and working methods.

Zoom Photo Festival

Zoom Photo Festival

My multimedia dispatch The Kenyan Crisis will be shown during the Zoom Photo Festival in Chicoutimi, Canada from November 3 to the 28th at the Bibliotheque Publique de Chicoutimi, 115 Rue Racine Est, (418) 698 5350

Meet the Photographer Projection

Meet the Photographer Projection

Search … Meet the Photographer Projection May 1, 2011 Friday May 20, 2012 I will be showing my work at Le Café des Pratiques in Besançon, France. I will be talking about how I came to photojournalism, experiences in the field and working methods.

THE MERCY PROJECT / Inochi

THE MERCY PROJECT / Inochi

A Charity Book of Photography to raise awareness and funds for hospice care — curated by James Whitlow Delano. James succeeded in enlisting over a hundred photographers, asking each of us the same thing: to provide one photograph that expressed the notion of “mercy.”

Color Me Night at Cable Street Studios

Color Me Night at Cable Street Studios

My as yet unseen work that is the basis for a book, at left, will be screened at Cable Street Studios in London on October 7, 2010 at 19:00. This event is organized by ASA collective. I unfortunately cannot be there, but for those who can…

NY Photo Festival

NY Photo Festival

In conjunction with Anthropographia and Reporters Without Borders (RSF), my multimedia dispatch The Kenyan Crisis will be screened this year during NY Photo Festival on Saturday, May 15 at 8 p.m. at the Brooklyn Bridge Plaza in NYC. I will be present at this event.

Color Me Night at Cable Street Studios

Color Me Night at Cable Street Studios

My as yet unseen work that is the basis for a book, at left, will be screened at Cable Street Studios in London on October 7, 2010 at 19:00. This event is organized by ASA collective. I unfortunately cannot be there, but for those who can…

The Ilisu Dam Project

The Ilisu Dam Project

Turkey has plans to build a massive dam on the Tigris river that would displace an estimated 55,000 people, submerge a 10,000-year old city, and could reduce water flow to neighboring Iraq and Syria by approximately 50%.

It’s Our Time to Eat

It’s Our Time to Eat

Two years after the post-election violence rocked Kenya, I went searching back through my archives and discovered a black and white series which has a more documentary approach to the subject matter. I spent three months covering events in Kenya on a daily basis starting in January 2008.

The Ilisu Dam Project

The Ilisu Dam Project

Turkey has plans to build a massive dam on the Tigris river that would displace an estimated 55,000 people, submerge a 10,000-year old city, and could reduce water flow to neighboring Iraq and Syria by approximately 50%.

Kenya Burning at Go Down Arts

Kenya Burning at Go Down Arts

Photographs from my coverage of the Kenyan Crisis will be exhibited at the Go Down Arts Center in downtown Nairobi starting on 19 April. This is a group show, and will feature work from many of the photojournalists who have documented the atrocities that rocked the nation after last year’s contentious election.

Kenya Burning at Go Down Arts

Kenya Burning at Go Down Arts

Photographs from my coverage of the Kenyan Crisis will be exhibited at the Go Down Arts Center in downtown Nairobi starting on 19 April. This is a group show, and will feature work from many of the photojournalists who have documented the atrocities that rocked the nation after last year’s contentious election.

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THE MERCY PROJECT / Inochi

THE MERCY PROJECT / Inochi

A Charity Book of Photography to raise awareness and funds for hospice care — curated by James Whitlow Delano. James succeeded in enlisting over a hundred photographers, asking each of us the same thing: to provide one photograph that expressed the notion of “mercy.”

Color Me Night at Cable Street Studios

Color Me Night at Cable Street Studios

My as yet unseen work that is the basis for a book, at left, will be screened at Cable Street Studios in London on October 7, 2010 at 19:00. This event is organized by ASA collective. I unfortunately cannot be there, but for those who can…

NY Photo Festival

NY Photo Festival

In conjunction with Anthropographia and Reporters Without Borders (RSF), my multimedia dispatch The Kenyan Crisis will be screened this year during NY Photo Festival on Saturday, May 15 at 8 p.m. at the Brooklyn Bridge Plaza in NYC. I will be present at this event.

Montreal Human Rights Film Festival

Montreal Human Rights Film Festival

My multimedia dispatch The Kenyan Crisis will be shown on the big screen along with 9 other web documentaries on human rights issues around the world at the Montreal Human Rights Film Festival.

The Ilisu Dam Project

The Ilisu Dam Project

Turkey has plans to build a massive dam on the Tigris river that would displace an estimated 55,000 people, submerge a 10,000-year old city, and could reduce water flow to neighboring Iraq and Syria by approximately 50%.

It’s Our Time to Eat

It’s Our Time to Eat

Two years after the post-election violence rocked Kenya, I went searching back through my archives and discovered a black and white series which has a more documentary approach to the subject matter. I spent three months covering events in Kenya on a daily basis starting in January 2008.

Expo Nippon

Expo Nippon

I was unable to attend last year’s exhibit at Tonellico Gallery in Japan, but here are a few pictures from the two previous shows. In 2007 they showed my photographs from Afghanistan and Iran, as well as some watercolors I made. And in 2008, they exhibited photos from my Kurdish documentary project.

Kenya Burning at Go Down Arts

Kenya Burning at Go Down Arts

Photographs from my coverage of the Kenyan Crisis will be exhibited at the Go Down Arts Center in downtown Nairobi starting on 19 April. This is a group show, and will feature work from many of the photojournalists who have documented the atrocities that rocked the nation after last year’s contentious election.

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THE MERCY PROJECT / Inochi

THE MERCY PROJECT / Inochi

A Charity Book of Photography to raise awareness and funds for hospice care — curated by James Whitlow Delano. James succeeded in enlisting over a hundred photographers, asking each of us the same thing: to provide one photograph that expressed the notion of “mercy.”

Color Me Night at Cable Street Studios

Color Me Night at Cable Street Studios

My as yet unseen work that is the basis for a book, at left, will be screened at Cable Street Studios in London on October 7, 2010 at 19:00. This event is organized by ASA collective. I unfortunately cannot be there, but for those who can…

NY Photo Festival

NY Photo Festival

In conjunction with Anthropographia and Reporters Without Borders (RSF), my multimedia dispatch The Kenyan Crisis will be screened this year during NY Photo Festival on Saturday, May 15 at 8 p.m. at the Brooklyn Bridge Plaza in NYC. I will be present at this event.

Montreal Human Rights Film Festival

Montreal Human Rights Film Festival

My multimedia dispatch The Kenyan Crisis will be shown on the big screen along with 9 other web documentaries on human rights issues around the world at the Montreal Human Rights Film Festival.

The Ilisu Dam Project

The Ilisu Dam Project

Turkey has plans to build a massive dam on the Tigris river that would displace an estimated 55,000 people, submerge a 10,000-year old city, and could reduce water flow to neighboring Iraq and Syria by approximately 50%.

It’s Our Time to Eat

It’s Our Time to Eat

Two years after the post-election violence rocked Kenya, I went searching back through my archives and discovered a black and white series which has a more documentary approach to the subject matter. I spent three months covering events in Kenya on a daily basis starting in January 2008.

Expo Nippon

Expo Nippon

I was unable to attend last year’s exhibit at Tonellico Gallery in Japan, but here are a few pictures from the two previous shows. In 2007 they showed my photographs from Afghanistan and Iran, as well as some watercolors I made. And in 2008, they exhibited photos from my Kurdish documentary project.

Kenya Burning at Go Down Arts

Kenya Burning at Go Down Arts

Photographs from my coverage of the Kenyan Crisis will be exhibited at the Go Down Arts Center in downtown Nairobi starting on 19 April. This is a group show, and will feature work from many of the photojournalists who have documented the atrocities that rocked the nation after last year’s contentious election.

+33 06 08 46 97 90

info@anneholmesphotography.com

© Anne Holmes 2016

All Rights Reserved

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