Stuart Freedman (36) More files...
British b.1967



Stuart Freedman was born in London in 1967 and has been a photographer since 1991. He has covered stories from Albania to Afghanistan and from former Yugoslavia to Haiti, and been published in Life, Geo, Time, National Geographic, Der Spiegel, Newsweek and Paris Match.



Solo shows include Visa Pour L'Image in Perpignan, Scoop Festival in Anjou, the Leica Gallery in Germany, Foire du Livre in Brussels, the Museum of Ethnography in Stockholm, and The Association and Spitz Galleries in London. His work on HIV/AIDS in Rwanda and from post-conflict South of Lebanon toured internationally.



His work has received awards from Amnesty International (twice), Pictures of the Year, World Sports Photo Award, the Royal Photographic Society, and UNICEF.
Narcisse, who is HIV positive and the president of his local AIDS Association...
Boys oil themselves before a massage by a teacher. Massage is seen as an...
12/2/2003
Saidi Ruhimbana (40) comforts his wife Anastasie Hwamerera (40). Both have...
Venant Shyirambezre, who caught the HIV virus from his wife, sits at home.
A woman receives her AIDS test result with shock at Kibayi Health Centre. The...
Two women wearing chador gossip and laugh on the street.
Vishal Bhatt performs his fire-breathing act in a slum area of Shadipur Depot...
A boy ties his 'howli', a traditional turban, around his face to protect...
Boys climb what is known locally as the tree of Adam at Al Qurnah near Basra.
Followers of the Shiva sect of Hinduism bathe at a Hindu Bathing festival at...
Raffan and Chi-Chi perform a grisly street magic routine. The street...
A severely malnourished girl sits on, and plays with the sand in Ajiep, South...
Ibrahim's arm was amputated in Freetown in 1999 by rebels when they occupied...
A boy looks at his father's prosthetic legs. Thousands of innocent citizens...
Two former child soldiers from Charles Taylor's army taunt another boy on the...
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