Zubin, 3, a severely disabled girl, is being held by her mother inside their home in one of the nineteen water-affected colonies of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India, near the abandoned Union Carbide (now DOW Chemical) industrial complex. Zubin has recently deceased.

Alex Masi

alex@alexmasi.co.uk 00447557343017 United Kingdom


Award-winning documentary photographer and multimedia journalist based in London, UK.



Recent Recognitions:

Honorable Mention - Unicef Picture of the Year 2012, for his long-term project in Bhopal, India;

3rd Prize - ‘Days Japan International Photojournalism Awards’, for his series from Fallujah, Iraq. Exhibitions scheduled throughout Japan in 2012;

'FotoEvidence Book Award 2012'. 'Bhopal Second Disaster' has become a hardcover and Ipad book in October 2012. The official launch was held at the VII Gallery in New York City;

Italian Journalistic Prize 'Premio Enzo Baldoni 2011';

'2011 Getty Grant for Good';

First Price - 'United Nations - Yonhap International Press Photo Awards' Singles – Enhancement of International Peace;

'The Photographers Giving Back Award' assigned Alex a grant to create and implement a specifically designed plan, benefiting one of his subjects and her family living in a contaminated colony of Bhopal, India;

First Prize - 'The 2nd Jacob Riis Award' - The Gala Awards;

'2011 Focus For Humanity NGO Assignment Fellowship';

2nd Place - 'FotoWeek DC International Awards Competition' Series Photojournalism/Social Documentary;

First Place - 'Harry Chapin Media Award for Photojournalism';

First Prize - 'China International Press Contest' – Daily Life Single

Selected - '2010 Photo District News (PDN) Photo Annual';

Special Prize - 'Days Japan International Photojournalism Awards';