Rick Findler is an award winning photojournalist based in South West London with a keen interest in the world of news and press photography. Rick has been working in the industry for nine years predominantly in the London area, but a keen interest in global events has seen him travel to recent hot spots including Hong Kong, Syria, Iraq, Somalia and Burundi.
Rick's work regularly features in leading publications such as The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph and The Royal Photographic Society's Journal to name a few.
2020 - British Photography Awards: People's Choice Award for Documentary category: 'Be Water' - Hong Kong's Protesters.
2018 - Sony World Photography Awards: Shortlisted: 'Eddie 'The Beast' Hall'.
2018 - International Color Awards: 2nd Place. Merit of Excellence: 'Raqqa, Syria'.
2016 - Photomonth Photography Festival: 'Best in Show' Award: 'Burundi's Unrest'.
2013 - Professional Photographer of the Year: 3rd Place: 'Syrian Catapult'.
2013 - Picture Editor's Guild Awards: Honourable Mention: Photo Essay: 'Syria's Civil War'.
2013 - Press Photographers Year: 'Syrian Catapult'.
April 2020: New York Centre for Photographic Art. New York. USA.
2018: Sony World Photography Awards. Somerset House. London, England.
2016: Solo Show: 'Six Years Six Conflicts'. London, England.
2015: Photomonth International Photography Festival. London, England.
2013: Press Photographer's Year exhibition. National Theatre, London, England.
Rick is also a keynote speaker - speaking about his pictures and stories at businesses, colleges and schools throughout the United Kingdom.