Featured in National Geographic
Some fantastic publicity for the work of Mission Rabies in an article by esteemed journalist Aimee Lee Ball is published with my photographs in National Geographic Online.
I recently visited India twice during the month of September to photograph Mission Rabies, a drive to vaccinate 50,000 dogs in just 28 days in the lead-up to World Rabies Day. In the end the team, who had worked effortlessly, smashed their target, protecting over 60,000 dogs, and countless humans as a result, from rabies.
My work documenting Mission Rabies in the lead-up to World Rabies Day on the 28th of September has now been used to accompany an article written by Amy Lee Ball in the online edition of National Geographic.
As someone who spent his childhood engrossed in the National Geographic and studied Geography at university, it has been great to see my work featured on their site.
You can see the original article can be found HERE.
You can see more images from my two commissions to document the launch of Mission Rabies India here.
If you are interested in finding out more about the excellent work by the Mission Rabies team visit www.missionrabies.com
For more on the journalist Aimee Lee Ball visit http://aimeeleeball.com/
ABOUT RICHARD MURGATROYD
Richard Murgatroyd Photography is a London-based documentary photographer with a background in social and development matters. You can find more information about my NGO Photography and work in the charity and not-for-profit sector here.