Rob Pinney is a documentary photographer based in London. I graduated from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in 2011, and recently completed an MA in the Department of War Studies, King's College London, where I focused on photography and conflict. My current projects all share a common interest in the aftermath(s) of war, displacement and migration.
My work has appeared in a number of national and international publications including The New York Times, The Guardian, The Times, Financial Times, Le Monde Diplomatique and Amnesty International’s Human Rights Defender magazine.
I am currently available for worldwide assignment.
FEATURES & INTERVIEWS
Response to the Omran Daqneesh Photograph
The Listening Post, Al Jazeera English, August 2016
Interview: Photojournalism and the Refugee Crisis
Tencent Photo, June 2016 (in Chinese)
The Ethics of Photography in Calais
PhotoVoice, April 2016
Responding to Aylan Kurdi
CHOWK, December 2015
Vi Ses i London [See you in London]
Atlas Magazine, December 2015 (in Danish)
Some of the Many Breakfasts Consumed in a French Refugee Camp
Roads & Kingdoms, November 2015
What Does War Look Like?
Photography and the Management of the Field of Vision in Iraq and Afghanistan, 2001 - Present
MA Thesis, War Studies, King's College London, August 2015
Can the Sri Lanka Army be Described as a Counterinsurgency Force?
Small Wars Journal, June 2014
Instagram Takeover: The 'Jungle'
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, April 2016
Crossing Borders, Crossing Boundaries
Street Art Museum
Saint Petersburg, Russia
These Walls Must Fall
Call Me By My Name: Stories From Calais and Beyond
Carnegie Center for Ethics in International Affairs
New York, USA