Giles Clarke

    • 5.3.16

      Photos of Life on a Haitian Dump

      Photographer Giles Clarke spent months documenting the lives of some of the country's poorest people.

    • 5.30.14

      African Refugees Are Having a Hard Time Living in a Dutch Prison

      I recently went to Amsterdam to visit a community of African refugees who live in a former prison. Now their situation is becoming even more desperate because the time period in which they're allowed to stay here is coming to an end, and many of them...

    • 2.5.14

      Kiev: Faces from the Front Line

      VICE photographer and human rights activist Giles Clarke shows us protestors living in the barricades on the streets of Kiev, Ukraine.

    • 8.23.13

      Inside the Hot Box: Photographer Giles Clarke on August’s Cover Story

      How do you get access to an inhumane El Salvadorian gang prison? We talked shop with British photojournalist Giles Clarke about his reporting in Central America.

    • 7.10.13

      We Talked to Giles Clarke About His Photos from Haiti

      Giles Clarke is one of our favorite photographers. A few months back, he brought us some amazing imagery from the still-devastated island of Haiti, and for the next two weeks you'll be able to see that work in a gallery in Manhattan. We called him to...

    • 4.10.13

      Remember Haiti? Giles Clarke Does

      On January 12, 2010, a massive earthquake hit Haiti, killing over 230,000 people, injuring many more, and leaving 1.5 million homeless. Although the media has since moved on for the most part, many Haitians are still struggling in scores of tent cities...

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