Paul Lowe (28) More files...
British b.1963



Paul is an award-winning photographer who has been published in Time, Newsweek, Life, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Observer and The Independent amongst others.



He has covered breaking news the world over, including the fall of the Berlin Wall, Nelson Mandela's release, famine in Africa, the conflict in the former Yugoslavia and the destruction of Grozny.



Paul is currently the Course Director of the Masters programme in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, where he developed and lead the validation team for the upgrading of the PG diploma to a full Masters in 2004.
^I am free^ badges are distributed days after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
11/1989
A child looks through a gap in the Berlin Wall in the days after its fall.
11/1989
An elderly East German couple eat a banana, which were in short supply in East...
11/1989
Two women walk past a barricade punctured by bullets. Civilians were protected...
Unmarked graves of unidentified civilian victims of the siege of Sarajevo in...
An abandoned statue of Lenin at what was once the edge of the Aral Sea. In...
06/2000
Orchestra playing in the ruins of a building destroyed in the war.
The Bosnian disabled volleyball team train before an international match. Many...
Colonel Smagulov, the officer in charge of radition monitoring at Kurchatov,...
03/1992
Children huddle together for shelter in the orphanage in Grozny. In December...
12/1994
Sisters Zina, 4 and Luba, 18 months, both of whom suffer from problems with...
03/1992
Lida Soshetova and her mother Yulya at home. Lida suffers from retinal...
03/1992
The funeral of Elena Dolina, who died of stomach cancer aged 38. Her son...
03/1992
The incongruous sight of a tank decorated with a Christmas tree in the city's...
12/1989
A soldier grabs a bite to eat in the offices of the television station. The...
12/1989
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