Filipino Photographer Hannah Reyes Takes Over Emaho Instagram Handle

Hannah Reyes Morales is a Filipina documentary photographer and storyteller. Dedicated to revealing the gentleness and love within difficult, often violent, situations, Hannah sensitively honours the experiences of the people she portrays. The challenging series Season of Darkness, for example, bears witness to the horrific consequences of the Philippine government’s ‘war on drugs’. The work directly challenges the dehumanising language used by the state to legitimise widespread extra-judicial killings by intimately showing the humanity of victims, their loved ones, and wider communities.

Philippines – 
Hannah Reyes (b. 1990) is a documentary and travel photographer from the Philippines. She is represented by National Geographic Creative and a member of Cambodia-based Ruom Collective.

Her work has seen her cover the illicit production of an ecstasy precursor in Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains, document in the crossfire of Manila shanty demolitions, create a moving visual dialogue with a sex worker, and examine the quickly changing world of Mongolia’s steppe. She recently completed an expedition funded in part by National Geographic, documenting changing indigenous cultures in Northern Luzon, the Philippines. She hopes to continue documenting hopeful and thought-provoking stories within complex situations created by poverty and inequality.

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