"My documentary photography reflects my commitment to help others. Photographs can be a catalyst for change. One image can make a difference in the lives of the subjects and your own."
Colin Finlay is a world-renowned photojournalist and environmental activist who documents war, conflict, genocide, famine, environmental issues, religious pilgrimage and disappearing traditions and cultures. He is a six-time Picture of the Year winner. In pursuit of his passion, he has circled the globe 27 times in search of the images that will make a difference in the lives of the subjects, as well as viewers. Colin's images appear in dozens of publications, including: Newsweek, Time, Life, Vanity Fair and U.S. News & World Report. His books include: The Unheard Voice: Portraits of Childhood; Testify; Darfur: Twenty Years of War and Genocide in Sudan; and 12°N x 23°E, 64°S x 60°E, a photo essay that features the contrast between photographs taken in Sudan and Antarctica.