• Helmut Mitter joins Sony Global Imaging Ambassadors from Austria


    From architecture to food and reportage, Helmut's photography is driven by passion.

  • Carolyn Drake returns to the LA River in 'Odds and Ends from an Urban Stream'


    Panos Pictures' Carolyn Drake shares the second installment to her #FutureofCities project along the Los Angeles River.

  • Introducing Lianne Milton and The "Big Pool"


    Panos Pictures' Lianne Milton joins Sony Global Imaging Ambassadors this week, debuting her #FutureofCities project from Rio de Janeiro - The "Big Pool"

  • Jaakko Posti joins us from North Finland


    Jaakko Posti is a photographer and outdoor enthusiast from North Finland, specializing in photographing the challenging and beautiful surroundings of northern Scandinavia.

  • Welcoming Cotton & Sisse from Sony Nordic


    We're thrilled to welcome Danish photographers Cotton Coulson & Sisse Brimberg to Sony's Global Imaging Ambassadors from Sony Nordic.

  • Malaysia Boleh?! Sanjit Das releases his first #FutureofCities Project


    Panos Pictures' Sanjit Das explores the massive changes taking place across Kuala Lumpur in his first #FutureofCities installment.

  • Guy Martin's "Some Like it Hot!"


    In the fourth #FutureofCities project, British photographer Guy Martin reveals an innovative way that cities are promoting people interacting with those who live around them. The Hot Tub Cinema that Guy highlights in Bristol, UK shows a creative solution to the modern problem of keeping eyes to glowing screens.

  • Carolyn Drake and the LA River


    American photographer Carolyn Drake took on the third project for the #FutureofCities campaign, in which she draws on the geographic symbol of Los Angeles - its river. For years, the river channel has been an industrial wasteland, but now billions of dollars will be spent in revitalizing this previously unused area.

  • Abbie Trayler-Smith and London Honey


    In our second #FutureofCities project, British photographer Abbie Trayler-Smith took a look at how London is trying to save the honeybees in an urban environment. Tucked between flats and towering offices, honeybees work away at their delicious creations. Abbie’s images draw attention to the honey bees’ connection to the survival of the human race as well as show an unexpected way of bringing innovation to the city of London.

  • Adam Dean and the Beijing Subway


    Nobody likes getting stuck in traffic, and no one enjoys being stuck in a cramped space with a myriad of fellow passengers. But in Beijing, this is a daily fact of life.