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British b.1969



Nic Dunlop is a Bangkok-based photographer and author.



His work has appeared in numerous publications world-wide, including the Guardian, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, The New York Times, Newsweek, The South China Morning Post and The Sydney Morning Herald. He also worked for the Mines Advisory Group, Care, Greenpeace International and UNICEF. In 1994, he published a campaigning book on the devastation wrought by landmines with Paul Davies entitled 'War of the Mines'.



In 1999, he received an award from the John Hopkins University for Excellence in International Journalism for exposing the head of the Khmer Rouge secret police, comrade Duch.


Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and General Secretary of the...
Armed soldiers from the Royal Thai army form a formidable barricade with their...
10/04/2010
Armed soldiers from the Royal Thai army form a formidable barricade with their...
10/04/2010
A protester waves the national flag during a demonstration against prime...
Monks on alms rounds.
Armed Forces Day. 15,000 soldiers paraded in an annual event that is...
03/2007
The Generals who have ruled Burma since 1962 gather for Armed Forces Day.
03/2007
Intha fisherman on Inle lake.
Armed Forces Day. 15,000 soldiers paraded in an annual event that is...
03/2007
Umpiem Mai refugee camp on the Thai-Burmese border. Some 20,000 refugees who...
06/2008
Myo Myint in Umpiem Mai refugee camp, before beginning his journey to the...
06/2008
A young woman from the unofficial refugee camp of Dum Dum Meah near Teknaf in...
03/2007
Eng elder, near Kengtung, Shan State.
Farmer outside Mandalay.
A mechanic on a street in Rangoon.
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