STORIES

Haiti Earthquake, David Levene Photography

HAITI EARTHQUAKE 2010

In 2010 an magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, 25 km west of the capital Port-au-Prince. The scale of devastation was immense with over 100,00 deaths and 250,000 homes destroyed as a result of the disaster.

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A jewellery merchant at work at dusk in the Indian Quarter of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016, David Levene Photography

Yangon

Yangon, the former capital city of Myanmar and home to 6.5m, is underdeveloped in comparison to some of the other metropolitan cities of SE Asia. The city boasts the most amount of colonial buildings in the region, although many have fallen to neglect

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Olivier Awards, David Levene Photography

OLIVIER AWARDS 2016

Backstage at the Olivier Awards ceremony at the Royal Opera House in London

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Calais migrant camp, David Levene Photography

Migrant Camp Calais

The numbers of people living in a migrant camp at Calais quadrupled to 6000 between July – October 2015. Communities from Sudan, 
Eritrea, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria as well as people from many other countries lived in hope for an opportunity to reach the UK

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Royal Concertgebouw, David Levene Photography

CONCERTGEBOUW

A day in the life of the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, widely considered to be the finest orchestra and concert hall in the world

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NHS Surgeon, David Levene Photography

NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE

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