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, Mercy Corps, and others captures moments of dignity and spirit without ever sacrificing truth or context, and has helped lead the transformation of non-profit photography and videography over the past two decades. Josh is a Pulitzer nominee and his photojournalistic and video work has appeared in every major news outlet from The New York Times to the PBS NewsHour, Time, Newsweek, CNN, and many more.
In this conversation, Josh and I talk about what it?s like to cover humanitarian crises. We go into everything from navigating logistics in an emergency situation, to crafting images and videos that drive impact.. And we?re not just talking in the abstract here. We?re grounding all these details in stories, as Josh takes his through two of his most recent assignments covering the devastation of the cyclone that hit Mozambique and the Venezuelan migrant crisis.
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