I am freelance journalist and photographer currently based in London.
Since graduating in 2016, I’ve published reports, features and opinion pieces in seven national and international news outlets. One of my photos for ‘India’s Tonnes of Waste’ series was selected as one of Al Jazeera’s best of 2016. I’ve done research for the BBC on human trafficking networks in India and for the Guardian’s ‘Modern-day Slavery in Focus’ project. I’ve also spoken live on Sky News, as well as taught for the British Council.
Over the years I’ve interviewed a wide range of subjects from politicians, to award-winning writers and political commentators to refugees, sex trafficking victims and brothel spies.
I’ve just returned from working in India for the best part of a year. I’m capable of operating effectively in challenging, and often dangerous environments to deliver high profile articles and research.
Past work includes : Al Jazeera, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The New Statesman: City Metric, The Times, Scroll, The Spectator, Sky News (Live television), the BBC (Story research) and The British Council.
Feel free to get in contact at: willbrownjourno[at]gmail.com
First Class BA Honors in History, The University of Manchester
Canon 6D, Canon 24 – 105mm L, Canon 50mm 1.4,