Chris Hoskins

Portraits of Pakistan

Chris Hoskins
March 22, 2012
Filed in: galleries

Sponsors


Create My Gallery

 

View Guild Portfolios

IGVP Blog

One-Day MediaStorm Workshop

June 30, 2014

MediaStorm will be hosting several one-day workshops designed for photographers and…
Read more »


Sitting On Dirt Floors

June 23, 2014

IGVP member and cultural photographer, Roxanne Engstrom, lived with her family in…
Read more »


A Peace of my Mind: Harry Wendt

June 16, 2014

Harry Wendt is an Australian citizen who has lived in the United States since 1976.…
Read more »


1711 Rating: 2.3/5 (28 votes cast)

+COMMENTS


More about this photo gallery

I visited Pakistan last October to visit some of the projects supported by the Church of Scotland in order to photograph them and write some blog post about them. The projects ranged from Sex Worker rehabilitation to a Health Unit supporting communities devastated by the flooding in the Sindh Province over the last few years. As a visit it was eye-opening, motivating, emotional, shocking, relieving, challenging. It was great to experience a side to Pakistan and its people that is not often, if ever, portrayed in Western Media

Learn more about: Chris Hoskins

6 years ago, i discovered photography. An art form I had previously ignored. Within months I was head over heels for the medium. I've slowly been pushing myself, trying new things, immersing myself in reading and practising all I can. Not long after I started photography, I visited Israel and Palestine, and I was introduced to new field of photography - Humanitarian. My faith has always informed my actions, my passions, my principles, and here was an area where I could marry so much of myself in a way I had never dreamed! I recently made the decision to go…

View Chris Hoskins's Profile ›