It has come to my attention, that my image, taken in Iraq in 2003, has been inadvertently misused by news organisations around the world, reportedly including Secretary of State, John Kerry, as being in relation to the uprising in Syria – I wish to assure you that this is not the case. As a photojournalist […]
Please join me at the Bronx Documentary Center in New York this Friday August 3rd at 08.00 pm for a slide show and discussion of my work. Your support and donations will help fund the Bronx Documentary Center. To get to the Bronx Documentary Center 614 Courtlandt Ave (@ 151st St.), Bronx, NY, 10451 Subway […]
BBC mistakenly runs dated Iraq photo to illustrate the syrian massacre Somebody have been using illegaly one of my images for anti syrian propaganda on the BBC web site front page On Sunday May 27 at 0700 am London time on of my image which I took in Al Mussayyib in Iraq on March 27, […]
My Last job for Live Magazine in Norway.
Here are the links to my two interviews about the jobs I did with CNN in Kenya in October 2010.
My last job for AMREF in Southern Sudan.
My last job for Outside Magazine in Yemen.
My interview with Canon Professional Network during the World Press Photo Awards Days in Amsterdam 2011
My interview with Canon Professional Network during the World Press Photo Awards Days 2011 in Amsterdam
My video interview released to e-photoreview about the food crisis in Niger which won the World Press Photo.
My video interview released to e-photoreview about the food crisis in Niger which won the World Press Photo. In the West African state of Niger a food crisis is striking: 2.5 million children are in need of emergency food aid. People and animals are reduced to mere sacks of bones as a result of a […]
Please feel free to read the the article about journalist been deported from Yemen publish on the British Journal of Photography where I recall my recent experience there.
Reportage by Getty Images photographer, Marco Di Lauro won World Press Photo, Contemporary Issues 1st prize single
Reportage by Getty Images photographer, Marco Di Lauro won World Press Photo, Contemporary Issues 1st prize single with a photo taken in Niger during the food crisis. see more on worldpressphoto.org
Please have a look at my interview on National Geographic Italian web site.
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During the long, hot summer of 2008 Reportage by Getty Images photographer Marco Di Lauro spent two months embedded with British Paratroopers who were conducting operations in Afghanistan. It was his second long-term embed in two years and here, in his own words, he describes the role of the British Army and how he documented […]
Wednesday, Nov. 9: Four Iraqi suicide bombers – three men and a woman connected with the Jordanian Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Al-Qaida leader in Iraq – walked into three different western hotels in Amman, Jordan, wearing belts packed with explosives and steel balls and blew themselves up, killing 59 people and wounding hundreds of others. […]
I arrived in Iraq on September 10th, and at Camp Fallujah on October 28th. Camp Fallujah is one of the largest American military bases in Iraq. It houses approximately six battalions of the American military, four of them Marines, making for a total of several thousand soldiers. The Camp is found seven kilometres outside of […]