For National Geographic

The Omo River rises on the mountainous plateau of Ethiopia’s Shewan Highlands, then flows for hundreds of kilometres through lush grasslands, acacia plains and riverine forests, until it reaches Kenya’s Lake Turkana.… Read more

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For The Atlantic

Siberia’s indigenous reindeer-herding Nenets people are facing threats to their nomadic lifestyle from resource extraction and climate change.… Read more

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For The Atlantic

One of the largest tribes in South America, the Ashaninka’s reserve is under threat from the proposed Pakitzapango Dam.… Read more

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Shafts of evening sunlight illuminate the dense Amazon rainforest of northeast Brazil.
A place of extraordinary beauty and biodiversity, the Amazon is home to the puma, jaguar and anaconda. And it is also the homeland of the Awá, one of… Read more

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For The Guardian

The unsung heroines of the world’s tribes.… Read more

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On foot with the Innu Indians of northern Canada: an expedition across the frozen tundra of Labrador.… Read more

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Hadza Hunter in Tanzania

For The Guardian 2011

A photo-gallery that shows the attributes of tribal peoples whose skills have been shaped by their natural environment.… Read more

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For The Telegraph

In 2014, Survival International held its first photographic competition to mark the charity’s 45th anniversary.… Read more

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For The Guardian

The charity Survival International has launched a photographic competition to raise awareness of tribal peoples as they try to defend their lives, lands and lifestyles.… Read more

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For El Mundo

Un hombre y una mujer innus empujan un trineo cargado con sus pertenencias por un río helado en el noreste de Canadá. Hace 50 años aún vivían como cazadores-recolectores seminómadas.… Read more

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