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Michael Christopher Brown
American, b. 1978
Deported From the US
Jan 11, 2016
Kelvin Villanueva had spent 15 years living and working in Kansas City before being detained by US authorities. After being transferred between detention centers, he was deported to his home country of Honduras.
Photographer Michael Christopher Brown, on assignment for the New York Times Magazine, found Villanueva living back in his home town of San Pedro Sula. Plagued by gang violence, the city has...
Reggae in Jamaica Today
Dec 1, 2015
“In March 2015, I spent a week in Kingston, Jamaica, for Vogue photographing some of the young Reggae stars and their surroundings. For decades, Reggae has been at the heart of Jamaican culture and it was interesting to see some of the older generations at the concerts, watching and cheering these young men and women who now carry the torch and keep the fire burning."
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Magnum Masterclass in New York City with Michael Christopher Brown and Christopher Anderson
Oct 23, 2015
Magnum Photos is pleased to announce a 2 day portfolio review and editing masterclass with Michael Christopher Brown and Christopher Anderson.
Over a two day period, from December 12-13, Masterclass participants will participate in both individual and group critiques lead by Michael Christopher Brown. With particular focus paid to story formation, honing the individual vision, and presentation and...
Blood and Determination: A Young Photographer's Intro to a Revolution
Sep 11, 2015
In advance of the publishing of Michael Christopher Brown's book "Libyan Sugar", ABC News featured
some of the photographer's images and recollections
from his coverage of the Libyan Civil War in 2011.
Michael Christopher Brown on CNN.com
Aug 26, 2015
CNN sat down with photographer Michael Christopher Brown to discuss his
experiences while covering Arab Spring in Libya