James Morgan is a multi-award winning photographer and film maker. His unique images bring a fine art aesthetic to documentary storytelling. He has spent the last couple of years traveling the world completing commissioned assignments and working on long-term projects for international editorial and NGO clients such as The Sunday Times, The New York Times, World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF), BBC, National Geographic Traveller, USAID etc.
In 2010 James also co-founded ‘spindrift’ – an ethical production agency who do everything from helping out grassroots activism projects right up to designing and implementing global campaigns for large multinational NGOs. He is currently focused on creating a revolutionary new web platform for the World Wildlife Fund.
James merges his passion for storytelling with a rigorously ethnographic methodology, stressing intimacy with his subject matter and working out of compassion, respect and understanding for the people and issues he is fortunate enough to photograph. It is this approach that enables him to capture unique and stunning images from some of the most remote places in the world. He is comfortable working in any environment and can speak English, Malaysian, Spanish, Icelandic and Indonesian.