Daniel Berehulak in conversation with David Furst, International Picture Editor for The New York Times, CHAIRED BY WILLIAM A. EWING

Saturday 20 May 2017
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Somerset House

Crime scene investigators hunched over the body of Romeo Torres Fontanilla, known as Tigas. His killers: two men on a motorbike © Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times

Daniel Berehulak is an award-winning Australian photographer and photojournalist based in Mexico City. Having visited more than 60 countries for his commissioned work, Berehulak is a regular contributor to The New York Times, and recently won a second Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography with his photo essay They Are Slaughtering Us Like Animals, covering President Rodrigo Duterte’s brutal campaign of violence in the Philippines. Berehulak will speak with David Furst, International Picture Editor for The New York Times. Furst became an editor after a decade as a photojournalist focusing on the Middle East, and based in the Gaza Strip, Jerusalem and Iraq.

Their conversation will be moderated by writer, Museum Director and curator of the 2017 Photo London Talks Programme, William A. Ewing.

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