10 % and Rising 

There are many vocations where women make up less than 10% of the workforce. This body of work by British photography Leonora Saunders celebrates women working in male dominated industries, challenging ideas on gender and ability as well as presenting inspirational role models.

I interviewed women working in different fields and wrote profiles to accompany these photos.


I am a contributing writer for the Frontline Club and DocGeeks.
Click on the links below to view my interviews and reviews.
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The Frontline Club Blog posts coverage of debates and documentary film screenings which bring together many of the world’s best journalists, photographers, filmmakers, NGO workers and thinkers.

Reconstructing Haiti          Reporting Social Change

Why Poverty? Screening of “Land Rush” 

Documenting the World through Short Films
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DocGeeks.com: Interviews with documentary filmmakers

Interview with Christopher Hird,
Managing Editor at The Bureau of Investigative Journalism
and Managing
Director at Darmouth Films 

Interview with the Directors of Ballroom Dancer:
Christian Holten Bonke and Andreas Koefoed Ballroom Dancer
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DocGeeks.com: Documentary film reviews

After Tiller     God Loves Uganda      Call me Kuchu

The Queen of Versailles   Samsara   Ballroom Dancer

Sophia’s Last Ambulance

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