Photo sale to help
We have a range of exclusive photos for sale, generously donated by talented professional freelance photographers from all over the world.
All proceeds will go directly to our Assistance Fund, providing support to freelance journalists when they need it the most.
All photos (unframed) will be printed 8″ x 10″ and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Prices include worldwide shipping.
Click on the images below to see a larger view.
Lone Bull Elephant at Sunset, Masai Mara, Kenya, 2013
Georgina is a Kenyan photographer who focuses on women, refugees, social issues and the environment. Her award-winning work on Kenya’s post-election violence and the Westgate terror attack has been published worldwide. See her full profile here.
Yezidi men and women pick olives that will be made into oil used in religious ceremonies, Lalish, Iraq, 2015
Sebastian is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker, and a recipient of multiple grants from The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. His editorial photographs have been published in TIME Magazine, The Sunday Times, The FT Magazine and more. See his full profile here.
William is a French documentary photographer based in Paris. He has dedicated himself to documenting vulnerable communities and places plagued by chronic instability. William’s work has won numerous recognitions including two World Press Awards, the Visa d’Or Award and the Tim Hetherington Grant. See his full profile here.
Ice Skaters, Central Park, New York, 1960
Neil is a veteran photographer whose work has been exhibited at the National Theatre, Camden Arts Centre, Whitechapel Gallery, Zelda Cheatle Gallery, Michael Hoppen Gallery and the Stables Gallery, among others. Sixteen of his works are held in the Collection of the National Portrait Gallery. See his full profile here.
Two fishermen during a storm in the Amazon River, Brasil, 2019
Fabiola is a Venezuelan photojournalist interested in portraying her country’s crises beyond the news. Using her background in writing and investigative journalism, she develops long-term visual projects about South America. Her work has been featured in TIME, The New York Times, Le Monde, BBC and others. See her full profile here.