James Morgan (28) More files...
British b.1986



James Morgan is a multi-award winning photojournalist and filmmaker. The majority of his work is focused around providing supplementary narratives to environmental and human rights policy. His images have led campaigns for The World Wildlife Fund, United States Agency for International Development and the United Nations Refugee Agency.



He is also interested in wider ethnographic work, particularly concerning the meeting of indigenous cosmologies and the natural world; typically merging funding sources in order to tackle subjects beyond the scope of conventional editorial assignments. The resulting bodies of work have won numerous awards, exhibited internationally and been published in The Sunday Times Magazine, New York Times, The Guardian, Der Spiegel etc. as well as online at National Geographic and the BBC.


Children dive beneath the water off the jetty at Ayello Village, Raja Ampat...
02/2010
A woman swimming with sea lions off the coast of San Cristobal Island.
08/2009
A Pacific Green Sea Turtle in the waters around Isabella Island.
08/2009
A freediver takes a ride on a stingray.
11/2009
16 year old Manchula Navarednam sufferered multiple displacements during the...
03/2012
The Veddas are the indigenous people of Sri Lanka. Inhabting the island long...
02/2012
A an islet in the Raja Ampat Islands, a mass of karsts that make up the...
07/2011
Steven, a Mooi child, stands in front of what used to be the forest that...
06/2011
Mooi children in a village in Sorong. The Mooi are one of the indigenous...
06/2011
Guru Jemat Steven Su, an elder of the Mooi people, says his community were...
06/2011
Young girls reading from the Quran at the Musim Mas palm oil plantation's...
03/2011
A Kazakh eagle hunter with his bird. The birds are carried on a thick glove...
02/2009
Enal, a Bajau child, swims with his pet nurse shark. While few young children...
06/2010
Bajau villagers pray at a mosque in the village of Mola which is built on...
06/2010
A Bajau fisherman rises to the surface with an octopus caught in the Banda...
06/2010
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