Sharron Lovell is multimedia journalist and educator based in Asia. Equipped with a camera and other gadgets she attempts to explore some of the less represented sides of the places she works. She works both individually and collaboratively, focusing on features rather than single images or spot news. Sharron lectures on the MA International Multimedia Journalism at Beijing Foreign Studies University (in collaboration with the University of Bolton, UK) and has led photographic workshops and training for photographers and journalists in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Sierra Leone, as well as multimedia training for the Malaysian Press Institute and UNICEF Bangkok.
Sharron has traveled extensively in China and speaks Mandarin Chinese, she’s represented by two international photo agencies, Polaris Images (US) and Shoot the Earth (UK) and holds a BA (First Class Honours) degree in Photography, and an MA Degree in Photojournalism & Documentary Photography. Her work has been published in National Geographic books, PBS, Newsweek, The Guardian, Global Post, Berlinske, Politiken, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist & The Economist’s Intelligent Life, China File, The Irish Times, Forbes, The Independent, Grazia, Ms. Magazine, Adbusters, Le Monde and The Financial Times as well as UNICEF UK.
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