Daniel Berehulak is an Australian Independent photojournalist and regular contributor to The New York Times, based in Mexico City.
His work is a constant endeavor towards better understanding of concrete realities like the lives of those affected by war, natural disasters and social injustice. His work has been awarded two Pulitzer prizes, six World Press Photo awards, three Visa d'Or awards and has been a teacher at the Eddie Adams Workshop and has been a speaker at various Universities and also the American Museum of Natural History. Daniel has photographed history-shaping events including the Iraq and Afghan wars, the trial of Saddam Hussein, the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the 2015 earthquake in Nepal, government impunity in Mexico, and most recently the so-called war on drugs in the Philippines.
Style of Photography/Videography
| Nature | Architecture | Wildlife | Sport | People | Fashion | Travel | Macro | Documentary | Commercial |