Greg Constantine was born in the United States and is currently based in Southeast Asia.
In late 2005 Greg moved to Asia to begin work on his most recent project, Nowhere People, which documents the struggles of ethnic minority groups who have had their citizenship denied or stripped from them and are stateless. Work from Nowhere People has been exhibited at international photography festivals like Chobi Mela IV in Dhaka (2006) and at the Angkor Photo Festival in Cambodia (2006). Work from Nowhere People has also been exhibited at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand in Bangkok (2007) and at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography (2007).
His work has been featured in publications and websites like the New York Times, International Herald Tribune, The Economist, PDN Magazine, Stem, Irrawaddy Magazine, Varity Fair Italy, Himal Southasian, Visual Communications Quarterly, Forced Migration review, POWER Magazine, Foto Folio 12 (pdfx12), CNN and Al Jazeera. He has collaborated wiith and been commissioned by a number of international humanitarian and human rights organizations like: Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF), UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), Refugees International and the World Food Program (WFP).
2009: Osborn Elliott Prize for Journalism in Asia: Co-Winner as part of a team of journalists from the International Herald Tribune
World Hunger Year's Harry Chapin Media Award: Winner for Photojournalism
Prix de la Photographie, Paris (PX3): Honorable Mention x2
NPPA: Best of Photojournalism (BOP): Honorable Mention: Best Published Picture Story (Small Markets)
2008: Society of Publishers in Asia Awards (SOPA): Winner: Feature Photograhpy
UNICEF Photo of the Year: Nomination
Amnesty International Human Rights Press Awards (Hong Kong): Award of Merit, Photojournalism
2007: Unicef Photo of the Year: Nomination
Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar: Honorable Mention: Portraits
2006: Picture of the Year International (POYI): 2nd Place: Feature Story, Award of Excellence: Portraits
Unicef Photo of the Year: Nomination
Grants & Fellowships:
2009: Getty for Good Grant: Finalist
2008: Project Grant: Oxford Brookers University, UK
2008: One Month Visiting Fellowship: Oxford Brookes Universiy, UK