Audio Work

  Image by Bertrand Trichet

Image by Bertrand Trichet

Where The Heart Is

Kerning Cultures

For his entire life, Maysam has lived in Dubai, but his parents are from Syria, a place he hasn’t visited since he was a child. If you ask him, Dubai is his home. But on paper it isn’t, because it's a country that doesn't offer a path to citizenship. Equally, he can't return to Syria because of the conflict. So what happens when the only place you know as home in your heart can’t be your home forever?

Co-produced with Hebah Fisher, with sound design by Fadi Garas.


  Image by Dalia Khamissy

Image by Dalia Khamissy

Dalia Khamissy

World Press Photo Connected Academy

Lebanese photographer Dalia Khamissy talks about working as a photo editor at the Associated Press during the 2006 Lebanon/Israel war.

This is a short clip – the full story is yet to be released.

Co-produced with Jonathan Worth.

  Images by Graham MacIndoe

Images by Graham MacIndoe

Depictions of Addiction

World Press Photo Connected Academy

Photographer Graham MacIndoe and writer Susan Stellin tell the story of Graham's recovery from heroin addiction, and discuss the body of work he made throughout.

This is a short clip – the full story is yet to be released.

Co-produced with Jonathan Worth.


  Illustration by Nadine Ghandour

Illustration by Nadine Ghandour

Love in 56KB

Kerning Cultures

An online dating story, before online dating. Rami was in Lebanon and Marinka was in the Netherlands. They were both teenagers when they met on MSN messenger in 2006, and this is the story of how they came to be married.

Co-produced with Hebah Fisher and Razan Alzayani, with sound design by Ramzi Bashour.

  Image by Anastasia Taylor-Lind

Image by Anastasia Taylor-Lind

Welcome To Donetsk

World Press Photo Connected Academy

British photographer Anastasia Taylor-Lind talks about her project to send postcards with the names of soldiers who died in the war in Ukraine to households around the world.

This is a short clip – the full story is yet to be released.

Co-produced with Jonathan Worth.