Nick Dazinger has spent much of the last 25 years photographing heads of state as well as the world’s most dispossessed and disadvantaged. Before that, having abandoned a career as a painter, he went adventuring and wrote the best-seller Danziger's Travels. In the 1990s he won awards for his filmmaking, using photography to record and illustrate his work. He then began to work principally as a photojournalist and documentary photographer. In this illustrated talk he will give an insight into his life and career.