Photojournalist George Etheredge on the influence of visual documentation and reportage

By Ruby Boddington

Photojournalist and documentarian George Etheredge’s practice has always been, and still is, “a way for me to keep exploring, learning, and most importantly, to maintain a deep affection for life,” he tells It’s Nice That. This optimistic belief in photography acting as a catalyst for positive change is what first drew him to the medium and although it’s a belief he struggles with, “I still have faith that documenting the world is of great importance,” he explains. Based in New York City, George works as a freelance photographer, primarily for The New York Times.

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