Emma Davies is a professional photographer based in Stanmore, New South Wales
I am an Australian based Humanitarian Photographer, Photojournalist & Content Creator, working with not for profits in the Asia Pacific region.
My passion for meeting people from around the world and sharing their stories through visual storytelling, has led me to be commissioned by international organisations and charities, including Save The Children, Room To Read and Thrive Networks. I was born in London in 1986 and started my photography career working for the press and local charities. It was here that I found my interest in storytelling and human rights photography. Since then, I have gone on to provide content, photography and video to a number of not for profits in South East Asia, India, Rwanda and Australia. I have worked on a variety of topics including girls education, micro-finance, sanitation, homelessness and child literacy.
I hold experience in Communications, which gives me a greater understanding of what is needed when planning a campaign and creating content. I conduct interviews, research and write content as well as producing stills photography and short films for the web. My work has been exhibited across London in venues such as The Foundling Museum, Together Our Space, Hackney Museum and The Guardian Gallery.
I am currently based in Sydney working as a freelance photographer for national and international charities. You can get in touch by emailing me at [email protected]
To see more of my storytelling go to https://maptia.com/emmadavies
To see my video work go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK3__D6j-c38mmAn0gdNJQA View More...
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