Shawn Baldwin is a photographer based in Cairo, Egypt, whose work has regularly appeared in The New York Times as well as other international publications including Time Magazine, Vanity Fair and the New York Times Magazine.
Shawn lived in Baghdad for three years covering the war in Iraq while documenting the plight of the Iraqi people and the struggle of US forces serving there. Since that time he has worked throughout the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe on stories ranging from extreme poverty in the slums of Mumbai to the growing influence of Islam across the Arab world.
In 2002 he received a second place Magazine Portrait & Personality award in the Best of Photojournalism competition for his work in Afghanistan.
TribalTruth is excited to present a selection of Shawn Baldwin’s photographs.
To see more of Shawn’s images from Iraq, Iran, Gaza, Egypt and Saudia Arabia
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