Born in Palestine in the 1969, Wadah Khanfar had and intese career as a journalist, reporting from South Africa, Afghanistan and Iraq. He became bureau chief in Baghdad for the Al Jazeera network and finally director general of the Al … Continue reading
I love to cross London by night with my little bicycle. When the distance is so big that you live it as a real journey and you slide through the street, racing and zigzagging between cabs and buses. A warm … Continue reading
Ettore Mo is one of the most famous italian war correspondent. Despite his 80 years, I saw him running up a stair to challenge somebody who wanted to help him. He is from Dagnente a small village close to Arona, my … Continue reading
I was not expecting to be so excited by the International Journalism Festival in Perugia. The quality of the talks was very high and I became really interested in the big changes journalism is facing, and will face in the … Continue reading
A couple of month ago I had the luck to meet Andrew Ritchie, the inventor of the Brompton folding bicycle and to visit the factory. I didn’t had to travel to China to do it, the factory is just 20 … Continue reading
We have a new tutor, his name is Peter Fraser. You can check his website and enjoy his pictures. During this term we are supposed to rethink our photography and my first session with Peter didn’t start very well. He … Continue reading
Powerful demonstration all around europe the 2011 May Day in London was unfortunately quite weak. After the arrival of the rally to Trafalgar Square another demonstrations have been organized by Occupy through Oxford Street in front of high level shops.