Vlad Sokhin is a peripatetic photographer, videographer and multimedia producer with a penchant for intense stories covering human rights, social and environmental issues. He has worked with many major publications, as well as for the United Nations and various other NGOs. In between assignments, he would work on his personal, long-term projects. For Crying Meri, Vlad documented cases of violence against women in Papua New Guinea, one of the world’s most dangerous places to be female. Since 2013, he has been working on Warm Waters, a wide-ranging project documenting the effects of climate change on communities from Alaska to New Zealand.
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