Travel photographer captures life in DRC war zones

Travel photographer Michael Christopher Brown grew up in Skegit Valley in Washington State. Impressively capturing the bulk of his work with a camera phone, Michael has made quite a name for himself as a contributing photographer to National Geographic Magazine, as well as through his work in the 2012 HBO documentary Witness: Libya.

His work has been featured in a number of museums across the United States including The Museum of Fine Arts (Houston), The Brooklyn Museum (New York), and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Michael is based in the Democratic Republic of Congo photographing citizens and soldiers inhabiting war zones while still managing to capture the universal human experience of love and loss within one’s community.

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