Documentary photographer Ivor Prickett dedicates his time to making long-term personal projects while also carrying out editorial assignments for a wide range of international clients. With a particular interest in post war situations Ivor has worked on a number projects throughout the Balkans and more recently the Caucasus. Based in the Middle East for over 2 years Ivor documented the revolutions in Egypt and Libya during the 'Arab Spring'. He is now based between Istanbul and London.
His work has been recognised through a number of major photography awards including The Ian Parry Scholarship, the BJP/Nikon Endframe Award and the National Portrait Gallery Photography Prize Godfrey Argent Award. In 2011 he was selected for the World Press Photo Masterclass, included on the 'PDN 30' list of emerging photographers and a winner of the Foam Talent award.
Ivor's clients include The Sunday Times magazine, The Telegraph magazine, The Guardian, Geo Germany, Stern, The National 'M' magazine, Fader, Foto8, Save the Children, Human Rights Watch and The British Council.
He completed a degree in Documentary Photography at the University of Wales, Newport and was born in 1983.
He is represented by Panos Pictures.