Posts Tagged ‘Tom Stoddart’

Tom Stoddart: Recreating The Battlefield In The Studio For A Cause

Tom Stoddart in Sarajevo

A classic photojournalist leverages his harrowing field experience to create a compelling poster campaign for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). An internationally acclaimed award-winning photojournalist who began shooting for his local newspaper in North East England 43 years ago, Tom Stoddart moved to London in 1978 where he worked extensively for the [...]

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Tom Stoddart: Humanitarian Crisis in South Sudan

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Tom Stoddart has traveled to more than 50 countries and documented such historic events as the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Siege of Sarajevo and the election of Nelson Mandela as South Africa’s first black president. His in-depth work on the HIV/AIDS pandemic blighting sub-Saharan Africa won the POY World Understanding Award in 2003. In [...]

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Tom Stoddart: Perspectives

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Tom Stoddart has travelled to more than 50 countries and documented such historic events as the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Siege of Sarajevo and the election of Nelson Mandela as South Africa’s first black president. His in-depth work on the HIV/AIDS pandemic blighting sub-Saharan Africa won the POY World Understanding Award in 2003. In [...]

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Tom Stoddart: The Siege of Sarajevo

Sarajevo - A City Under Siege © Tom Stoddart/Getty Images | Welcome to hell - a woman hurries past graffiti in the area known as 'Sniper Alley' in Sarajevo's main thoroughfare, during the siege in 1992.

On this 20th anniversary of the conflict in Bosnia, Tom Stoddart shares the story of the siege he documented. The people of Sarajevo endured the longest siege Europe has witnessed since the end of the Second World War. For 47 months, families were held hostage in their own city without food, medicine, electricity or running water, by [...]

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