Ingetje Tadros occupies a unique place in the world of social documentary photography, capturing the triumphs, tragedy, and diversity of people’s lives through her intuitive storytelling. Her creative vision is her driving force, leading to several documentary projects such as mental health in Bali, leprosy in India, trans-sexuality in Asia, and death rituals in Egypt. Ingetje’s recent work, Kennedy Hill and This Is My Country, documents the complexities of race and culture of Australia’s indigenous people – the Aboriginals. Ingetje’s work has been recognized by a number of photography’s most prestigious honors, such as the ANI-PixPalace Award (2016), Walkley Award (2015, the Australian equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize), finalist for the FotoEvidence Book Award (2016), and the Amnesty International Media Award (2015). (Photo shot in Kennedy Hill, Broome, Australia, 2014. Photo sponsors: Bill and Anne Highsmith.)


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