Portraits of Gang Members With Their Tattoos Digitally Removed
"I hope these photos give the public a chance to see these people for who they really are."
Rural Week NZ
Why Growing Up In a Gang Town Isn't Always What You Think
I almost never talk about being from Kawerau, New Zealand, not out of embarrassment, but because people make assumptions about your life.
Australian Inmates Explain the Bloody Process of Joining a Prison Gang
"I pulled the shiv down his back twice and left a big cross that pissed blood everywhere."
Meet One Of Sydney’s Most Notorious Underworld Enforcers
Graham Henry ran the city with ruthless violence.
Why I Gave Up Dealing Meth
"Kiwis don't realise this, but people go missing in New Zealand. They stay missing too."
Portraits of South Africa's Bloodiest Prison Gang: The Number
Photographer Luke Daniel got access to the group that notoriously upholds their rules with sodomy.
Photographing Punks, Dropouts, and Biker Gangs In Okinawa
"Okinawan society is so distorted because of inequality, and we are all affected by that distortion in one way or another."
Meeting the Armed Bandits of Madagascar
Photographer James Patrick spent a day with the masalo, a gang of cattle rustlers who uses force to get what they want.
Letizia Battaglia on Photographing Sicily's Mafia Men and the Pain They Caused
We spoke to the octogenarian photojournalist about her life behind the camera.
What Happened to the American Mafia?
The FBI says that the mob is still an existential criminal threat in America. We asked some former Gambino family soldiers and two La Cosa Nostra experts if that's really the case in 2015.
El Salvador's Trans Community Lives In Fear
A series of gang killings has shaken the country's trans community.