Stuart Freedman is a photographer and writer based between London and New Delhi.
A member of Panos Pictures he has, over the last two decades, covered stories from Albania to Zambia. His work has appeared in, amongst many others, Life, Geo, Time, The Sunday Times magazine, Der Spiegel, Condé Nast Traveller and Smithsonian.
He has been exhibited widely and his work has received recognition from Amnesty International, POYi, World Sports Photo, The AOP, The RPS, UNICEF and the World Press Masterclass.
In 1999 he was invited to speak on Capitol Hill about the atrocities in Sierra Leone where his initial work on the Mutilated premiered and in 2004 addressed the Oxford Union about the continued suffering of that country. His work has been exhibited widely. Solo shows include Visa Pour l’Image at Perpignan, The Scoop Festival in Anjou, The Leica Gallery in Germany, The Foire du Livre (Brussels), The Museum of Ethnography (Stockholm) and the Association and the Spitz Galleries in London. His work on HIV/AIDS in Rwanda and from the post-conflict South of Lebanon has toured extensively internationally. He regularly judges awards and has twice been a judge for the Amnesty Media Awards. He has lectured to students in colleges across the UK, amongst others, Swansea Metropolitan University, Falmouth University, Regents University, Plymouth College of Art and The London College of Communication (LCC). He continues to write and photograph for a variety of editorial and commercial clients