Lu Guang, freelance photographer, winner of Chinese National Art Photography Award, winner of 2004 World Press Photo. Started photography in 1980, considers photography as his second life. Worked in factories and companies before setting up his own photo agency (www.Sun-pic.com). Studied photography at Tsinghua University’s Central Academy of Fine Arts. Specializing in social documentary photography, Lu Guang mainly focuses on issues such as: gold rush in West China, drug addicts, small coal mines, AIDS villages, Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal, the Qinghai-Tibet railway construction, SARS, schistosomiasis disease, how the Olympic Games changed China, and pollution in China. The WPP winning series "AIDS villages" participated in the Cultural Year of China in France, and the " Drug addicts in the Golden Triangle," participated in the 2004 Perpignan’s VISA Festival of Photojournalism. In 2005 Lu was invited by the U.S. State Department to spend 5 months in States. Winner in 2008 of the German Henri Nannen Photography Award; and winner of the 2009 W. Eugene Smith Grant for Humanistic Photography.

卢广,自由摄影师,全国摄影艺术最高奖中国摄影金像奖获得者、德艺双馨优秀摄影家,2004年获第47届荷赛当代热点类组照金奖。1980年开始从事摄影,沉迷其中,视摄影为第二生命,当过工人、职员,后下海创办照相馆和广告公司,曾在清华大学中央工艺美术学院进修摄影。2001年在北京创办阳光聚焦图片网。擅长社会纪实摄影,主要作品多是反映社会热点、焦点问题如:西部大淘金、吸毒者、小煤窑、艾滋病村、京杭大运河、青藏铁路建设、非典、血吸虫病、奥运改变中国、关注中国污染等。其中《艾滋病村》获荷赛奖,并参加了中法文化年法国年在巴黎的展览;专题《金三角吸毒者》参加了2004年第16届世界著名的VISA国际摄影节展览;2005年5月受美国国务院邀请访问美国;2008年获德国亨利·南恩摄影大奖;2009获尤金·史密斯人道主义摄影奖。

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