ANTs: Kieran Dodds
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Kieran Dodds is a non-fiction photographer known for his research-driven photo stories and portraiture. His personal work considers the interplay of environment and culture, tracing global events through daily lives. He lives in Scotland with wife and twin daughters.
He has picked up many accolades including a 1st prize World Press Photo award for his self-assigned story, ‘The Bats of Kasanka’. A Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship allowed him to complete ‘The Third Pole’, that documented Tibetan culture in flux at the source of the Yellow, Yangtze and Mekong rivers. In one of his recent projects, in the series ‘Hierotopia’ we witness a new perspective on combating the ecological crisis, charting the role of ancient ideas on the protection of rural landscapes in northern Ethiopia. The work was awarded a Sony World Photography award and has been exhibited in LA, New York, London and Edinburgh. His renowned portrait series ‘Gingers’, which has been exhibited internationally is now being published into a book.
About the event:
During this conversation we will be covering a variety of questions about his photography, career and the challenges and opportunities he faces as a Christian. The evening will begin at 7:30pm and will last around an hour. There will be time for a live Q&A with Kieran and additional time for regional breakout rooms to meet and pray with peers and friends.
If you have any questions or quires, please don't hesitate to contact Lois on email: LAdams@uccf.org.uk