Gignouxphotos is a documentary photography and web documentary company focussing on socio-political and environmental issues around the world.
Our commitment is to recording the effects of occupation and displacement on communities around the world. Long-term photographic projects have taken us to the Middle-East, North Africa, Canada, and beyond. Along the way, we’ve worked with NGOs such as Oxfam, CARE, and the British Council.
More recently, Gignouxphotos has documented the environmental and social legacy of the industrial exploitation of natural resources in North America and post-Soviet Russia.
We’ve covered environmental controversies, such as oil sands extraction in Alberta, Canada and mountaintop removal mining in Appalachia.
Our team brings together a group of highly skilled professionals – making fine art photography, photographer’s books and zines, multimedia web documentaries and touring photography exhibitions.
For more info on the Gignouxphotos team and what we do, head to the Workshops page.
Meet Alan Gignoux
The founder of Gignouxphotos, Alan Gignoux, has been working as a professional documentary photographer since 2000, with photographic agencies such as Reuters, and independently. He also works as a cameraman on documentary film projects.
Alan has completed residencies with the NCAA in Russia, and The Rucka Centre in Cesis, Latvia. His award-winning work has been exhibited all over the world.
Born in the United States, Alan now lives and works in London, England.