Kate Holt is a photojournalist and founder of Arete.
She started her career working in the newsroom of the BBC in London. Her first field experience was in Kosovo in 1999 documenting the effects of the conflict on the civilian population. Since then she has traveled extensively documenting refugees and the effects of war and poverty in conflicts in the Dem. Rep. of Congo, Somalia, Kenya, Sudan, Zimbabwe, Iraq, Afghanistan and Haiti.
For the last twelve years she has photographed regularly for numerous NGOS – including UNICEF, Care International, Jhpiego, the International Red Cross, MSF and OXFAM. She is a regular contributor to the BBC, The Guardian and The Mail on Sunday and has also had work published in The Independent, The Times, The Observer, The Telegraph and The Financial Times.
Nominated numerous times for the Amnesty Award for humanitarian reporting and photography, Kate holds a Masters in History of Art and a Post graduate diploma in photojournalism.
All images © Kate Holt. Used here with permission.