MECO Newsroom: Press conference with photographer/filmmaker Bryce Wilson and USyd Int’l Relations student Frederick Lindsay
Bryce Wilson and USyd Int’l Relations student Frederick Lindsay
This week special Newsroom session: Australian photojournalist and filmmaker Bryce Wilson will be reporting from Ukraine, and University of Sydney International Relations student Frederick Lindsay, based in Bosnia, will report on the Bosnian election held last Sunday.
Bryce Wilson is a photographer, filmmaker, and freelance photojournalist from Melbourne, Australia, currently based in Ukraine.
Bryce’s work has been focused on the war and humanitarian crisis in Ukraine’s east since 2015, and he was the first Australian journalist to embed with the Ukrainian army, and Ukrainian special forces during combat deployments.
Bryce has worked with the United Nations World Food Programme and Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Ukrainian humanitarian groups, and international NGOs, and presented live reports and correspondence on international television, and radio.
Bryce Wilson’s photography work and reportage from Ukraine has been published by ABC Australia, ABC News Radio, Sky News, MSN, Conflict News, The Interpreter, Business Insider, PLGRM, and The Daily Mail, and displayed in gallery exhibitions.
Frederick Lindsay is studying a Bachelor of Arts with a major in International Relations at the University of Sydney and is currently based in Bosnia.