Starved for Attention: Photographer Documents Hunger in Djibouti

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Marcus Bleasdale has established himself as one of the world's leading documentary photographers. He increasingly uses his work to influence decision makers and policy makers around the world. His work on human rights and conflict have been shown to the U.S. Senate, The United Nations and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in France, Germany and the U.K.

Bleasdale's work has been published in the New Yorker, the New York Times, Harper's, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Telegraph Magazine, Stern, Le Monde, TIME Magazine, Newsweek and National Geographic, amongst others. He has received numerous awards, and published two books: "One Hundred Years of Darkness," 2002, and "The Rape of a Nation," 2009.

Bleasdale lives in Oslo with his wife Karin Beate and is a member of VII photo.

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