Kieran Dodds

United Kingdom

His investigative approach places complex news in context and seeks significant detail overlooked in daily reporting. His personal work considers the role of environment in cultural identity.

After studying zoology at university, he was trained at The Herald newspaper group in Glasgow, picking up national and international awards including UK & Ireland Young Photographer of the Year and a first prize from World Press Photo for his self-assigned story, The Bats of Kasanka. In 2012, he became a Winston Churchill Travel Fellow for his story 'The Third Pole', documenting Tibetan culture in flux as pastoral nomads are resettled in China. Most recently, he focused on his home country during the independence referendum in Land of Scots he considered myths and realities of Scottish identity through the landscape.

Freelance for nearly a decade, he lives in Glasgow with his wife Caz.

Kieran Dodds