'Harrodsburg' won the inaugural 'Magnum Photography Award 2016'

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Sunday Times, Feb 21st, 2016


Qataris respond to Dougie Wallace’s photographs of Britain’s wealth tourism

British Journal of Photgraphy

October 19.2015

"Qataris respond to Dougie Wallace’s photographs of Britain’s wealth tourism"

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Controversial ‘Harrodsburg’ photos draw ire in Qatar and beyond
Doha News

August 24, 2015

"A collection of candid photographs of wealthy shoppers taken in London’s Knightsbridge district has caused a stir on social media, with many Qataris criticizing them as being distasteful and an invasion of privacy. The photos were taken by British photographer Dougie Wallace, who regularly posts them to a website showcasing his new project, 'Harrodsburg'..."

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Photographing Britain's Life Expectancy Gap
BBC Culture

August 9, 2015

"A man lucky enough to live in the London borough of Kensington and Chelsea can expect to reach his 84th birthday; the area claims the longest average lifespan of anywhere in the United Kingdom. But boys born in Calton, a small residential community about two-thirds of a mile (1km) east of Glasgow’s city centre, may miss out on 30 years: the average male life expectancy there is just 54. That’s worse than in Pyongyang, North Korea, where male life expectancy is 71, or even in Iraq, where it’s 67. And although women fare better, the disparity is still high: a baby girl’s life expectancy in Calton is 75; in Kensington and Chelsea, 87...."

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