American/Canadian documentary photographer Greg Constantine has been drawn to stories that focus on those who have been neglected, forgotten and forced into the margins of society. For the past eleven years, he has dedicated his work to the issue of global statelessness.
Exhibitions of his work have been held over 40 cities around the world including: Geneva, London, Budapest, Madrid, Belgrade, Bangkok, Tokyo, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Nairobi, NYC, Washington DC and at the Peace Palace in the Hague during the first Global Forum on Statelessness in 2014.
Greg’s work has received numerous honors and has been published widely. He is the author of three books: Kenya’s Nubians: Then & Now, Exiled To Nowhere: Burma’s Rohingya and Nowhere People, which was named a 2015 Notable Photo Book of the Year by PDN Magazine and one of the Ten Best Photo Books of 2015 by Mother Jones.
Greg has been based in SE Asia since late 2005. In 2016, he was awarded his PhD from Middlesex University in the UK.