Philip Hatcher-Moore is an award-winning British photographer living on a hillside in North Wales. His background in reportage influences his work.
As a photojournalist in East Africa at the start of his career, Philip covered major events and societal issues for international publications and agencies.
With a solid grounding in visual storytelling, his current work is distinguished by compelling narratives and a focus on humanity’s relationship with the world around us.
Philip has exhibited at multiple international festivals. In 2016, he was awarded the Prix Yves Rocher, which allowed him to spend some weeks deep in the Kazakh Steppe ecoregion in Kazakhstan, producing his award-winning series, Nuclear Ghosts.
Phil also has a degree in artificial intelligence and speaks French fluently.
Clients include: Doctors Without Borders (MSF) | Gavi | International Committee of the Red Cross | Not Impossible Labs | Oxfam | UNICEF | Yves Rocher Foundation.
Editorial highlights: Agence France-Presse | GQ | Le Monde | The Guardian | The New York Times | The Sunday Times | The Wall Street Journal | TIME Magazine | Vanity Fair.