A Lamb Named Beauty shows the life of two twin sisters Kimberly and Gwendolyn. The series started in 2007, when the sisters were 10 years old. I tried to give a candid impression about how the twins take care of each other, and the many animals that are gathered around them. The twins seem to live in a domain all of their own, taking strength from their love from one another.
— An-Sofie Kesteleyn
An award-winning series of portraits exploring notions of family, memory, and mortality — and being the daughter of an avid hunter.
The text of this award-winning photo story begins, "When he was five, his daddy was hanged for murder..." Based on a true story. Great!
Wasif Munem was awarded a special prize by the Prix Pictet to document the struggles of people in Bangladesh who have lost practically all of their natural resources and ways of life as a result of short-sighted shrimp farming along the coastline. Text by Francis Hodgson.