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Morag Livingstone

Morag Livingstone
Profession: Professional Photographer
Status: Documentary Photographer
Location: London , United Kingdom
Home base: London, U.K
URL: http://www.livingstonesphotos.com
Email: •••••••• (private)
Yahoo! Messenger: moraglivingstone
Blood type: B-
Last login: about 6 years ago
Member since: 20 Feb 2006 03:02


Morag Livingstone
MA Photojournalism and
Documentary Photography,
LRPS, BA (Hons) Business Studies.

Morag is a freelance photographer born in Scotland, 1970, currently based in London having lived and worked in Zambia.

Her recent work covers:

• Documentary: A place to play. Single mothers in Scotland. Scottish culture. Raising awareness re Poverty and conceerned photography
Living with low income in urban and rural Scotland (Stills and Multimedia)
• Promotional: Corporate, travel, environment



Morag Livingstone. pp. comic relief, Feb 1 2007. "Red Nose Day Mental Health" BBC Online , pp. comic relief. BBC News , Feb 1 2007.
Morag Livingstone. pp. 8-9, Jun 30 2006. "One week in Pictures - CIVICUS/ the Gathering" Third Force news (TFN) , pp. 8-9. Jun 30 2006.
Morag Livingstone. pp. 1-16, Jun 20 2006. "issues 1-4 CIVICUS conference" IPS Terraviva , pp. 1-16. Jun 20 2006.
Morag Livingstone. pp. 26-28, Jun 1 2006. "Harsh realities and humanity" Young Minds , pp. 26-28. Jun 1 2006.
Morag Livingstone. Photo District News , pp. April 2006, Apr 2 2006. "Photojournalists Seek new Audiences to Affect Change" Photo District News , pp. April 2006. Apr 2 2006.
Morag Livingstone. The Herald - scotland , pp. cover 2-3, Mar 2006. Hidden Hunger The Herald - scotland , pp. cover 2-3. Mar 2006.
Morag Livingstone. Guardian , pp. society p2, Jan 2006. Balancing Act is Caught in the frame Guardian , pp. society p2. Jan 2006.


Recent Post

UK Bottom of Child Welfare list UN report - Photographs available

Please advise if still photographs are required to support a feature on the UNs report showing the UK Britain is bottom of their Child Welfare list.

Photographs available – taken when I lived with 3 families for a month and relate to relative poverty, living with low income and a lack of available clean safe areas in which children
can play in the UK – all of these issues are raised in the report.

This is part of a wider body of multimedia work about the realities of living with low income and the “To Play or not to Play” initiative in Scotland.
Interviews and writings with/by Children and Mothers
are also available. Refer www.livingstonesphotos.com for sample photos and the multimedia section for the full body of work

Thanks Morag

14 Feb 2007 00:02 | 1 replies


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