"Best known for his work in Ukraine, Ty Faruki began in film and progressed towards photography seeing it as a preferred method of documentation and capture.
Much of Ty's development came through music photography, a genre he still admires and continues with today. His photographs have since featured internationally in leading publications including New Statesman, The Irish Times and Complex Magazine" - E.M.
Actions speak louder than words, but I believe photographs speak volumes. My photography adoration has taken me places I would have never have had the opportunity to understand or grow a part of.
The truth is, I am never happier than when behind the lens working with international newspapers and personalities to project energy and character into features and new commissions.
Working with international editorial teams has offered me great responsibility and opportunities to further understand global social and political issues. New readerships build greater bonds between the vision of photographers and what they’re passionate about - and it is a privilege to share what I have poignantly witnessed.
Visual coverage is intrinsic to an accurate portrayal of social and political issues. For me, photography is the finest example of how to achieve that. Reading allows one to imagine description. A photograph can too.
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The Irish Times
The Source Magazine
The i Paper (Johnston press)
Blue Top Music
Red Snow Records
I Am Hip-Hop Mag
Middle East Monitor