Antonio Olmos has worked across Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa, and is lauded for his photography of conflict and human rights issues. His editorial work has been featured in newspapers such as The Guardian, The Observer and the New York Times, and – famously – his portrait of Malala Yousafzai appears on the cover of her autobiography.
While London has been his base for two decades now, Antonio began his career as a photojournalist at the Miami Herald and has been gripped by creating images out of chance ever since. Rarely without his camera, he is a master street photographer and is passionate about what he does. This – combined with his wicked sense of humour – makes him the perfect Insider to help you learn the tricks of his trade.Explore: #SideStoryAntonio
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