features

NOOR is a collective of visual storytellers specializing in contemporary global issues. We create personal and self-initiated photo essays and features and do international photography and multimedia assignments for editorial clients, NGO’s and other organizations committed to the fundamental power of photography to bear witness to the struggle for human rights and social justice. We seek to contribute to a growing understanding of the world by producing visual reports that stimulate positive social change, and impact views on human rights and other issues of global concern.

diamond matters

Kadir van Lohuizen

A year ago I decided to return to the same African countries and follow…

pine beetle – consequences

Nina Berman

Across British Columbia, 36 million acres of pine forests are dead and dying. The…

crimea soviet nostalgia

Yuri Kozyrev

The Republic of Crimea, a part of Ukraine, lies on a peninsula stretching out…

afghanistan

Yuri Kozyrev

The rugged border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan is still under frequent Taliban attacks.…

camp bucca / cropper

Yuri Kozyrev

Thousands of Iraqis held without charge by the United States on suspicion of links…

motörhead: south american tour

Pep Bonet

Motörhead, originally called Bastard, is a long standing and iconic heavy metal band from…

two best-seller authors against crime

Francesco Zizola

Roberto Saviano (1979) is an Italian writer and journalist.Saviano was born in Naples, where…

amaqabane – the flesh of the struggle

Benedicte Kurzen

When Apartheid ended and Nelson Mandela became the first black president of modern South…

over the rainbow

Benedicte Kurzen

During apartheid, the Transkei was a place of destitution: thousands of mud-walled, grass-roofed huts…

obama train

Nina Berman

These photos were taken on board Barack Obama's train en route to Washington D.C.…

gaza aftermath

Kadir van Lohuizen

Photographer Kadir van Lohuizen and writer Abdelkader Benali spent two weeks with the extended…

inauguration obama

Jon Lowenstein

More than 1.8 million people flocked to the Washington Mall to watch as Barack…