"Photojournalism is my passion - the human condition is my interest. Combine the two, and this is where I am most at peace."
Senior Visual Correspondent with international news agency EPA Photos. He is based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
" To continue to explore the world around me with my camera and to most importantly document the human condition in all its many facets for as big an audience as possible. "
" 100 years from now the world will be a vastly different planet and by documenting a small part of the our world I hope to leave behind images that may one day be looked back upon with a sense of historical value combined with a momentary appreciation "
Kim is an award-winning, internationally acclaimed photojournalist who has traveled to 51 countries while covering civil wars, the fall of dictators, natural disasters, the pandemic, coup de tats, political unrest, and countless major international news and sporting events.
For 30 years Kim has combined his fascination with discovering our world with his insatiable urge to document the human condition in all its many facets.
He has been widely exhibited and published in various photography books, magazines and online forums as well as given numerous interviews, talks and lectures on his craft.
At his core Kim is still the passionate, driven photographer and adventurer he has always been; living in the moment, capturing the moment.
He believes in the power of the still image as much today as when he shot his first roll of film in 1986:)
When he's not behind his camera viewfinder Kim explores the world on his bicycle and relaxes on his yoga mat.
Kim has been published in:
TIME (Front cover)
THE NEW YORK TIMES
INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE
NEW YORK POST
SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST