About

Georgina Goodwin is a Kenyan freelance photographer represented by international photographers’ collective Metaphor Images. She specialises in the documentary and editorial photography of humanitarian, NGO and social issues relating to Africa in particular with regard to cancer, gender, politics, environment and development. Working with the Canon digital system Georgina’s assignments have involved conflict documentary for news-wire agencies, humanitarian and NGO event and project coverage, public health awareness and product promotion, and commercial venues and interiors. Her many publications include local and international newspapers, physical and online magazines, and public exhibitions the most of which is in the exhibition “Primitive No More” at the San Francisco Public Library.

Georgina was recently nominated to submit her powerful images documenting Cancer in Africa to the Prix-Pictet Awards, the world’s leading prize in photography and sustainability. The award aims to uncover outstanding photography applied to confront the most pressing social and environmental challenges of today.

Georgina has also been awarded Kenyan News Photographer of the Year 2013 for her coverage of the Westgate Mall attack in Nairobi in September 2013. Her work on the Kenyan post-election violence in 2007/8 has been widely published and was shortlisted for the Prix-Bayeux War Photographer Award in 2008. She is recognized for her unique access to local subjects and contacts being Kenyan, easy to work with, international ethics and photo-journalistic standards, and has an avid following on the social media sites Instagram, Twitter and Facebook where she shares some of her most inspirational and beautiful works. With nine years experience in almost every genre of photography Georgina has a comprehensive photo archive of African wildlife, travel, landscapes and people available for stock libraries, brochure/promo/web use and fine art sales. A selection of all her work can be viewed on her website www.georginagoodwin.com. Georgina is based in Nairobi, Kenya.

Georgina’s clients include New York Times, Newsweek, Elle Magazine US, Google, the Financial Times, the World Bank, BBC, CNN, AFP, Reuters, the United Nations UNEP and IFAD, UNICEF, McClatchy Newspapers New York, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), Hand in Hand International, International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP), Africa Geographic, Fistula Foundation, and many others.

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9 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey Georgina!

    it was great meeting you and I hope we cross paths again, later if not sooner.

    I may try to head Nairobi way tomorrow but travel plans are still up in the air a bit.

    You mentioned you’ll be gone for the weekend right?

    Well, anyway get back if you get this.

    cheers,
    Isak

  2. Hi Georgina,

    Thanks for your interest in Photogrill on Twitter. Have you had a chance to see http://www.photogrill.com ? It’s where I interview photographers about making their strongest image. If you have time I’d be very happy to feature you there, perhaps talking about your Kenyan Election images.

    Keep up the great work

    Craig Sillitoe

  3. Hello Georgina

    I have just stumbled on you via a facebook contact, what brilliant photography!! Have you published your work? Being an ex-Kenyan, have a photographic book on your images would be very special.

    Carol Furlong Green
    Mittagong Australia

  4. hello geoginia,
    great inspiring work.i have a young friend who so much loves photography
    and has done some nice photos,could email you some.
    he could love to have you share some small advice on way through.thanks.
    enok

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