Dermot Tatlow (39) More files...
Irish b.1965



Dermot Tatlow was born in Germany in 1965 but grew up and lived in Hong Kong much of his life. After studying Geography and History in Dublin, he returned to Hong Kong to work as a writer, and later as a photojournalist, travelling across Asia, reporting from Afghanistan to North Korea.



After living for three years in Bogota, Colombia, covering Latin America, he moved with his family to Washington D.C. in 2008.



His work has appeared in a wide array of international publications, including Time, The New Yorker, Der Spiegel, Foreign Policy, The Sunday Times, The Sunday Independent Magazine, Marie Claire, Bloomberg News etc.

A student at the Shilong Weightlifters' Academy. This small town has produced...
Students at the Shilong Weightlifters' Academy. This small town has produced...
Men pulling a seed drill. There is still a lot of poverty in rural China.
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The stars and stripes flag flies outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)...
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People wait through the night, in temperatures of -10 degrees celsius, in...
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The five members of the Petty family wait in their car as the outside...
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The Remote Area Medical (RAM) dental area handles 30 patients at a time. All...
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People wait through the night, in temperatures of -10 degrees celsius, in...
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A girl has a dental check-up at the Remote Area Medical (RAM) clinic. Over the...
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A section of the 800-mile-long Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS). The...
Monk on a mobile phone in the Forbidden City.
Chinese troops in front of the Potala Palace.
Prayer flags fly above the city to celebrate Tibetan New Year.
The Oracle of Lhasa and monks at Nechung Monastery.
A lone traveller on the road to Nepal.
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