Philip Hatcher-Moore is an award-winning British photographer, living in North Wales and working across the globe.
He was based in Nairobi for five years, working for a wide variety of international media covering current affairs in the region. His work now focuses on man’s relationship with the environment.
In 2016 he won the Yves Rocher prize at the Visa pour l’image international festival of photojournalism, which enabled him to travel to Kazakhstan to explore the legacy of Soviet nuclear testing. This work has been exhibited in France and Austria, and published online with National Geographic.