Neal Haddaway



Neal Haddaway is a photojournalist and environmental photographer whose work highlights the damaging impacts of capitalism and unchecked economic growth

Neal has a PhD in environmental science and has conducted research in the science-policy interface. After a 20-year career in environmental research, he became frustrated by the gap between research and the public, and turned to photography as a medium for societal change.

His photographic practice is anchored in deep foundations of research and evidence, and explores the role that contemporary human society plays in the destruction of nature, and the emotional toll caused by a scientific awareness of the impending planetary crises.

His work has been published in magazines (Artefact, Next Blue) and national news outlets (including The Times and The Guardian), featured in solo exhibitions at the UN Stockholm50+ conference (June 2022) and the Royal Geographical Society (June 2023), and has been shortlisted for the Earth Photo Prize.


© Neal Haddaway 2024 / Photojournalism and Documentary Photography  /  United Kingdom