© Jason Tanner

© Jason Tanner



I am a multimedia journalist, and documentary photographer and filmmaker based between Colombia and Cambodia. My work investigates and documents conflict, human rights violations, migration and other socio-political issues, while exploring the complexities of representation across cultures. 

Through images and words, I tell intimate stories exposing underreported issues, like the plight of victims of kidnapping and sexual violence, whose voices were dimmed amid Colombia’s latest peace process; and the adverse impacts of western-centric models of transitional justice systems on the lives of survivors during and after conflicts. 

I have also documented Cambodia’s post-conflict rapid development, land grabbing, civil unrest and the depletion of natural resources, as well as conservation efforts and the human-wildlife conflict in East Africa.

Since 2021, I have been working on a documentary film, which investigates the role of conflict photography in the construction of memory, simultaneously exploring issues of representation and misinformation.

My work has been published in numerous outlets including Foreign Policy, Al Jazeera, The New Humanitarian, America’s QuarterlyCNN International and Le Monde. I have also worked closely with humanitarian organizations including The Obama Foundation, The European Union, Wildlife Conservation Society, Save the Children, CARE, and UNICEF.


I am available for assignments worldwide.
Please contact me for licensing editorial images.

Skype evpgarcia

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