Jason Larkin is a British photographer recognized for his desire to forefront the subjects on the periphery of current affairs. Soon after finishing his studies Larkin worked as a documentary photographer across the Middle East and Africa, with his work published worldwide. His latest body of work, "Tales From The City Of Gold," has just been published both as a monograph in Europe and as a bilingual newspaper publication for Africa.
Larkin is the recipient of numerous awards including, most recently, the PDN Arnold Newman New Portraiture Award and a Renaissance Photography Prize. His freely-distributed publication, "Cairo Divided," was nominated for both the Deutsche Börse and Prix Pictet photography awards. Recent exhibitions include those at the Brighton Photo Biennial, Flowers Gallery, London and a solo show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, ME. In 2013 he moved from Johannesburg and is now based in London.