Jacob Ehrbahn is based in Copenhagen, Denmark and has been a staff photographer with the Danish daily national newspaper Politiken since 2003. with the Danish daily national newspaper Politiken since 2003. He has received numerous awards for his work, including being named second and third place Newspaper Photographer of the Year by POYi in 2004 and 2012.
Joseph Kaczmarek is a photojournalist based in Philadelphia and his reportage is represented worldwide by ZUMA. Kaczmarek's work has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Time Magazine, USA Today, and others.
ERIC KRUSZEWSKI is a is a ZUMA photographer based in Baltimore, Maryland. Eric Kruszewski specializes in connecting with a person and telling his/her story. In 2008, Kruszewski traveling alone throughout Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Georgia and was inspired to pick up a camera and become a photographer.
ANDREW A. NELLES is a freelance photojournalist based in Chicago who has covered stories ranging from local high school sports to Iraq reconstruction to combat in Afghanistan. Nelles contributes his work to the Chicago Tribune, Sun-Times Media, and The Chicago News Cooperative. Nelles is a graduate of Columbia College.
Born in the Central Java of Pati, in 1982, ARIEF PRIYONO is documentary photographer based in Indonesia. He studied photography at Antara School of Journalism, Jakarta, and his work published in many international publication such as The Independent, Huffington Post, The Daily Telegraph, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Daily Mail, The Sun, Sports Ilustrated, Dein Spiegel, Fit for Fun Magazine, Velvet, and etc. In 2010 he was commissioned by Human Rights Watch International for documenting political prisoner Republic of the South Moluccas. He received scholarship for Training of Trainers Photographer from Indonesia Photojournalist Grant - PannaFoto Institute at Erasmus Huis - Dutch Cultural Center in Jakarta..
ROHAN RADHEYA is a ZUMA contract photographer based in The Hague, Netherlands and specializes in environmental and humanitarian photojournalism. He is currently working on a project about precious gems inside Myanmar.
TAYLOR WEIDMAN is a freelance photojournalist based in Southeast Asia. He graduated with a Master's in Photojournalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University. After working at The Christian Science Monitor, Taylor left the States and has covered news stories for a variety of clients from three continents. His personal work concentrates on the intersection between development and indigenous cultures. Taylor's award-winning work has been published by Geo France, NPR, The Atlantic, The Boston Globe, and many other outlets. He has published three photography books, and co-founded the Vanishing Cultures Project, an initiative which partners with indigenous groups worldwide to safeguard cultural values and practices.