March 09, 2017

#Dysturb in Melbourne, Australia

#Dysturb is an incredible network of photojournalists who aim to make visual stories accessible to wider audiences by pasting large images in city streets; challenging viewership in today’s world of image sharing via screens. They work with professional image makers to create campaigns, foster conversations, and resist conventional news channels....

May 31, 2016

Delta Blues Again: Trust Nobody

I return to the Niger Delta under a foreboding sky filled with rain clouds that shroud a burning hot sun. It has been seven years since I was last here. I have returned to work on a film about the village of Bodo, which experienced two major oil spills...

March 10, 2014

Global Post: Nigeria’s Muslim-Christian Divide

Published today on the Global Post, an article about the Muslim-Christian divide in northern Nigeria features a slideshow of images by Ed Kashi (VII). Highlighting the turbulent clash that has become a “15-year continuum of killing that, according to UN figures, has taken the lives of an estimated 20,000 people.” The city of...

March 06, 2014

Documentary Film Premier: BIG MEN

A new documentary film directed by Rachel Boynton and executive produced by Brad Pitt, “Big Men is a real-life Treasure of the Sierra Madre, an epic tale about ambitious people who uncover a massive and exquisitely rare pot of gold in one of the poorest places on earth.” Big Men will...

October 22, 2013


The November 2013 issue of National Geographic features a story written by James Verini with photographs by Ed Kashi (VII) illuminating the ethno-religious conflict that plagues Northern Nigeria today. Africa’s most populous country, Nigeria is plagued by ethno-religious violence, inciting intense fear amongst the population. Boko Haram is a terrorist group...