David Alan Harvey wears many hats—as founder and editor of burn magazine, he discovers and publishes work by emerging and early-career photographers; he is an active mentor for photographers around the world; and, of course, he is a member of Magnum Photos. In his long career, Harvey has photographed over forty essays for National Geographic Magazine and has covered stories in countries across the globe, including Mexico, Kenya, Vietnam, Germany, and more.
We are thrilled that Harvey is joining us as a juror for the Street Photography Awards 2018. With several decades of experience as a photographer under his belt, Harvey offers the jury a wealth of knowledge about what it feels like to shoot on streets around the world—as well as a discerning eye for singling out powerful work. LensCulture editor Coralie Kraft spoke to Harvey about his time working with National Geographic, finding a mentor in the world of photography, and more--
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