Michael Robinson Chavez: Ethics in sensitive situations, Foundry Photojournalism Workshop 2011
PhotoWings Interview with photographer Michael Robinson Chavez - Foundry Workshop 2011 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Michael Robinson Chavez discusses the difficult care necessary for presenting sensitive situations. He identifies the candid and subtle qualities of ethical journalism, as well as the role of citizen journalists.
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Michael Robinson Chávez has been a photographer at The Los Angeles Times since 2007 and lives outside of Los Angeles, California. He has covered wide-ranging national and international assignments in over 45 countries including: the Congolese Civil War, the 2010 earthquake in Chile, the revolution in Egypt, life in India's slums, economic decline in the United States, the 2006 Hezbollah/Israeli war, the Georgian/Russian war in 2008 and the US led invasion and occupation of Iraq.