© Giles Clarke
A small round-up of portraits that Giles Clarke made in 2014. Giles is a social documentary photographer based in New York City who is known for his work, among multitudinous other topics and places, in Haiti, Bhopal, and with the Occupy movement. Just lately he has been producing for UNHCR, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, as well as being a Featured Contributor to Getty Images Reportage.
These portraits will take you on but a portion of Giles' journey through last year.
I encourage you to take a look through Giles' website to see more.
Giles produces video, too. Here's a short film about Dr. Chiu, a volunteer doctor in Guatemala:
And an excellent interview with the photographer about his images of El Salvador's gang prisons.
His feature on the Angola Prison Rodeo, a 45-year-old tradition at Louisiana State Penitentiary, was published in aCurator in late 2013.