05 December 2013
August 09, 2012 - Marea, Aleppo, Syria: Local men pray during the funeral of Housin Al Ali and Omam Kassam, two Free Syria Army fighters killed in combat in Alepo’s Salehedine neighborhood…The Syrian army and the FSA have in the past week exchanged heavy fire in a battle for the control of Syria’s economic capital, Aleppo. (Paulo Nunes dos Santos/Polaris)
04 December 2013
02 December 2013
26 November 2013
19 November 2013
16 November 2013
11 November 2013
Ashin Wirathu (centre), the spiritual leader of Burma's Buddhist Nationalist anti-Muslim movement 969 group, takes a midday meal offered by regular citizens at Mosayein Monastery in central Mandalay. Wirathu, who was jailed in 2003 for inciting religious hatred, refers to himself as "the Burmese Bin Laden".
05 November 2013
27 October 2013
Today I gave beginning to a project on Irish men who join the British army during the second world war. So far, has been a great pleasure to work on this story.
Below, a portrait of Phil Farrington, a 92 year old Irish veteran of the Second World War. Mr. Farrington is one of the few remaining irish men who joined the British army during the war.
As a neutral country, Ireland considered him a deserter and on his return home he was put in prison for several years, charged with treason to the nation.
25 October 2013
16 October 2013
Here's the print version of my latest assignment with The New York Times. Text by Kerry Hannon: 'Rich Americans snap up Irish castles for love and discounts'.
15 October 2013
My latest work for The New York Times was published today. The text is by Kerry Hannon: 'Rich Americans snap up Irish castles for love and discounts'.
14 October 2013
01 October 2013
Irish people enjoy the evening at Sackville Lounge, a local pub in Dublin city centre, hours before Arthur’s Day, the day referred to an annual series of music events worldwide, first organised by Diageo in 2009 to promote the 250th anniversary of its Guinness brewing company.
26 September 2013
My latest work for The New York Times was published today. The text is by Douglas Dalby: 'Day Devoted to Hoisting Guinness Starts to Leave a Bitter Taste'