D J Clark has worked worldwide as a photojournalist for more than 15 years. He specialises in working with international development NGO’s to highlight social, political and environmental issues through long term photography projects.
In 2006 Clark moved to Dalian, China to run a new innovative MA in international photojournalism, documentary and travel photography. In 2006 he also ran workshops for the British Council (Croatia) and World Press Photo (Philippines).
D J Clark continues to work as a freelance photographer for NGO’s and publications worldwide and is represented by Panos Pictures in London. He also researches and writes about photography as a vehicle for social change, the subject that drives both his photographic and academic work.