Suburb of Harare, Zimbabwe 2009
Kieran Dodds (b.1980, Scotland) graduated with a BSc in Zoology before beginning a photographic apprenticeship at the Herald newspaper group in Glasgow, Scotland. Awarded the UK & Ireland Picture Editor’s Young photographer of the year he used the winnings to fund a series documenting the epic mass-migration of fruit bats in Zambia that won a World Press Photo award. His personal work considers the role of the environment in human identity and culture focusing on the the beauty of the world and the suffering that pervades it. In 2012, he received a Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship to document China’s highland clearances of Tibetan nomads setting the story in its environmental context. His work has been published widely including The New York Times, The Sunday Times Magazine, Geo, National Geographic. Kieran is represented by Panos pictures in London.
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