Seth Berry

The Center: Advanced Mentorship Program Participant (2023 - 2025)

Seth Berry is a photojournalist whose work documents threats to the human condition in Central America and beyond. Based in Honduras, he explores the root causes of migration, where the people of the small country suffer from extreme poverty, a corrupt government, violence towards environmentalists and indigenous cultures, and climate tragedies. He is currently working on a long-term documentary project about the Garifuna indigenous people and their cultural resistance from Honduras to diasporas in the United States.

His work has been featured in The Intercept, The Nation, Vice World News, The Guardian, 1843 Magazine, The New Humanitarian, ABC World News, The Baffler, and others. In 2022, he was a finalist for the Gomma Grant and Felix Schoeller Global Peace Award and was selected to be a member of the Vital Impacts Mentorship program led by Ami Vitale. He is also an alumnus of Eddie Adams Workshop XXXV and Missouri Photo Workshop 75.

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