Giles Clarke (1965, England) is a photojournalist with Getty Images Reportage based in New York City.
His work has been featured recently by American Photography 31 and 32, Amnesty International, CNN, Yahoo News, The Guardian, Global Witness, The New Yorker, National Press Photographers Association, Paris Match, PDN, POYi, and VICE amongst others.
Recent 2015-2016 exhibitions include shows in Italy, Germany, Slovenia as well as the World Climate Summit in Paris. He has had exhibitions at the Head On Photo Festival, the Sony World Photography Awards, and at the United Nations in New York City.
Giles won an Award of Excellence from POYi in 2016 for his piece “The Bhopal Medical Appeal: Toxic Trespass”, which also won 2nd place in the Contemporary Issues Story category for NPPA.
He won 1st place in the Environmental Picture Story category for his work with Haitian recyclers in the NPPA in 2016, 2nd place in the 2016 PDN Storytellers Award in the Environment category, and 1st place in the Professional: Editorial, Photo Essay and Feature Story category.
Giles is a visiting lecturer and an Advisory Board member at the Cine Institute, Haiti's only tuition-free arts college. He's an avid supporter and content contributor for Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ), a Haiti-based NGO that addresses issues of poverty and social injustices around the world.
He will be on the road in 2016 with Ban Ki-moon, documenting the UN Secretary General’s last year of tenure.