bip mistry film and photo

updating – February 2017

Gaza Strip – Children in conflict published in magazine

gaza magazine article

Children of conflict, Wave magazine

This article on Gaza was published in Wave magazine in Brighton.

My Gaza photographs stem from a project relating to child mental health issues in the Gaza Strip. I did try to arrange a parallel project in Israel but the hospital in Jerusalem I had approached felt it was legally too difficult to help me undertake the project.


5 comments on “Gaza Strip – Children in conflict published in magazine

  1. dieterdelathauwer
    March 14, 2008

    nice layout indeed… looks like something you can use in your publicity/portfolio.

  2. dieterdelathauwer
    March 14, 2008

    btw, just found your regular site…looks nice!

  3. iCrossing Stuart
    March 20, 2008

    Hey Bip 🙂

    Good to see all is going well with the photography. im still doing my weekly coverage for Real City Network, its going really well. let me know if you ever need any help with anything. always happy to lend a hand.

  4. Matt Wilson
    March 20, 2008

    Good images Snr Bip, Maybe mention to the Rabbi that whereas the USA donate $4 Billion dollars yearly to Israel they donate $ zero the people of Gaza.

  5. Glasshopper
    March 20, 2008

    Hey Bip – nice work – this work should have been published ages ago … will keep you posted about a possible gallery outlet in Athens.

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