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“I was sleeping in a dental clinic for three months, eating instant noodles.” Soon afterwards, in 2014, she was awarded a National Geographic Young Explorer grant. In short order, Reyes Morales has amassed an impressive journalistic portfolio.She has received a Society of Publishers in Asia award for excellence in digital reporting for her work on the 2015 “Outlaw Ocean” series for , which investigated violence and human-trafficking that occurs at sea.
I think actually focusing on the work is the most important thing.” Goldberg, the National Geographic editor, believes the grant Reyes Morales received goes a long way towards nurturing the next generation of photographers, scientists and explorers.
From her poverty-stricken roots in a Philippine backwater, via domestic service in Hong Kong to acclaim in New York, Xyza Cruz Bacani’s inspirational journey started with a camera bought with borrowed money.
The 28-year-old came to Hong Kong nine years ago to join 300,000 other women working as maids in the city, hoping to earn enough money to help fund her brother’s education.
“For me, it’s very important to document what has happened to them, but how do they live with it? ” What made “Shelter for the Storm” an especially memorable project was that it coincided with the run-up to Reyes Morales’ wedding. “I was spending a lot of time with rape and trafficking victims, then also having to pick flowers for my bridesmaids on the same day.” But the project proved poignant for other reasons, too.
“I had to tap into my own vulnerability constantly as well.
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“The urge to survive is much bigger than the urge to do art,” she told AFP in Macau where her photographs are on show as part of the city’s Literary Festival.