NPR's award-winning multimedia team has only been around a few short years, but in that time has managed to create a visual reporting style at NPR.org as distinctive as our sound. Two highly accomplished staff photojournalists, David Gilkey and John Poole, travel the world with correspondents and reporters. It is through their captivating pictures and occasional commentary that we are shown the reality of conflicts in Afghanistan, tent cities in post-quake Haiti and evolving life in the Amazon.
Now, the photos that define the 'look' of NPR are available for syndication through an exclusive agreement with Redux Pictures. As a partner agency, NPR joins a small group of international photographers represented by Redux, among them The New York Times, Latin American agency archivolatino and Germany's laif.
Below, sample Gilkey and Poole's innovative and inspiring work, in their own words. Check out more at the Picture Show blog.