Born in London, 1961. Has photographed extensively in the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Turkey, living and working in Serbia, Greece, and for five years in Istanbul, Turkey. His work questions the way people perceive and negotiate the public space and landscape they occupy, with a focus on ideas of transition and identity. In 2010, his book ‘Fault Line/Turkey/East/West’ was released and exhibited internationally. His work was included in the ‘New Photography 2011’ exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Awards include two World Press Photo prizes in 2003 and 2005, The British Journal of Photography Project Prize 2010, Pictures of the Year International First Prize for Istanbul bombs in 2004 and a Nikon Press Award UK for Best Photo Essay 2000. Represented by Jackson Fine Art, USA, Panos Pictures, UK and Prospekt, Italy.













Born in the United Kingdom. Gained her Bachelor of Arts in Cinema, Video and Photography. In 2002 she moved to İstanbul where she produced her first book of her work around the Black Sea, ‘Schwarzes Meer’ which was published in 2007 in Germany. In 2007 she received the Godfry Argent prize for best Black and White image for one of the images from her ‘Sweet Nothings’ series. Her second book, ‘Sweet Nothings’ a series of portraits of schoolgirls from the southeast of Turkey, was published in 2008. For this work she received the Iris d’Or from the Sony World Photography Awards, and a first prize from the World Press Photo in 2008. In 2010 she completed her work ‘Seeds Carried By the Wind’ a series about Georgia. For this work she received the second prize from the National Portrait Gallery in London, and also a bursary to complete a book from the National Media Museum in Bradford. Winship received the Henri Cartier Bresson (HCB) Award in 2011 to complete a new body of work entitled ‘Out There: An American Odyssey’ Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally.

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