Daylin Paul is an independent photographer, writer and educator based in Johannesburg, South Africa. He is the 2017 winner of the prestigious Ernest Cole Award for Photography for his ongoing documentary Broken Land
He has a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Rhodes University majoring in English Literature and Photojournalism.
His clients include: Médicins Sans Frontières South Africa, amaBhungane, Amnesty International and Agence France Press.
His work has appeared in: The New York Times, The Guardian, Foreign Policy, Financial Times and Huffington Post
Daylin is also a trainer in the Photojournalism and Documentary Photography program at the Market Photo Workshop, a picture editor at The Con Mag and a freelance writer for the Mail and Guardian.
He is a contributor to Communication for Development, which specializes in visual communications for NGO and development agencies and has produced work on assignment for: Climate Resistant Infrastructure Development Facility, Zimbabwe; Signal/SignHealth, Uganda; Rakdek, Thai Freedom House and Migrant Labor Radio, Thailand