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David Degner

Submitted by on October 25, 2010 – 12:53 pm

David Degner is a Cairo based photojournalist investigating novel and newsworthy stories around the Middle East. He studied photojournalism at Western Kentucky University amongst a rare group of creative and wild photo students, then sharpened his skills at the St Petersburg Times, before working on long term freelance projects and fellowships in China, Central Asia, Egypt and Sudan. He knows the region and the language, and will be based in Egypt for the forseeable future.

TribalTruth is presenting a group of David Degner’s photographs. Whether it’s through politics, protests or play we think these photographs offer a glimpse into everyday life in Egypt.

To see more of David Degner’s work go to his website: http://www.incendiaryimage.com/

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