We don't do this kind of work for awards or to be recognised. We do this to share stories with the world.
For us, there is no such thing as failure. You can't miss a deadline; you can't come up short on an assignment. You have to perform, period.
It doesn't matter whether you're guilty or not in Rodrigo Duterte's Philippines.
I'm trying to grow more as a journalist and understand the story I'm photographing in order to communicate it in a better way.
I'm still learning and I'm still growing as a photographer.
The Japanese people have a strong connection with nature and the ocean and a huge respect for them.
I have worked in 60 countries, covered wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and spent much of 2014 living inside West Africa's Ebola zone, a place gripped by fear and death.
I had no idea how I wanted to get into photography, but I just knew I wanted to do it.
I suppose there is nothing regular about my life.
My first assignment was 12 weeks in Afghanistan. After that, I covered the Indian election for two months. Then I got a phone call saying, 'Hey, we want you in Brazil,' and the same happened for Somalia.