Ed Kashi is a photojournalist, filmmaker, and educator dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times. Since 2000, he has pioneered the movement to multimedia and filmmaking in photojournalism, producing the innovative Iraqi Kurdistan Flipbook—which has been shown in film festivals and museums around the world—and award-winning short films and multimedia projects on geopolitics and social issues. Along with numerous awards from World Press Photo and Pictures of the Year International, UNICEF’s Photo of the Year 2010, a Prix Pictet 2010 Commission, and honors from Communication Arts and American Photography, Kashi’s images have been published and exhibited worldwide. He has made seven books, including Curse of the Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta and THREE. Kashi’s latest book, Photojournalisms, is a compilation of journal writings to his wife, done over a nearly 20-year period, from various locations around the world.