Janos Kis is a Hungarian photographer has been living for many years across different countries like France, USA, Japan, Israel & Cambodia. He’s completely self taught and learned his craft through years of practice and experimentation. Janos has studied Sociology at Janus Pannonius University of Pecs & film making at the School of Hungarian Society of Cinematographers "HSC Stabiskola". Janos’s main interest is in Social documentary, Photojournalism, Humanitarian and Street photography. He's working on several long term project and documenting the life of migrant workers, asylum-seekers, child labor, landmine victims and children with congenital disorders.
Regardless of the subject matter, Janos is interested in depicting obvious and essential details of life that are often overshadowed by larger, more newsworthy circumstances. He works primarily as freelance documentary photographer and available for Non Profit/NGO’s clients as well.
Janos is available to photograph on assignment to help you meet your corporate, advertising, and/or editorial image needs in Europe, South East Asia, Israel & Worldwide.
Janos is member of the Overseas Press Club of Cambodia, SEA/Collectiv & contributing photographer for the South Korean Penta Press news agency.
Publication include: Phnom Penh Post, Eye See Media, Global Voices, CrowdVoice, Right Now, Amerikai Nepszava, Handicap International, Open Democracy, Peace Dialogue
He’s works were exhibited in Hungary and Cambodia. The latest was a charity fundraising for a "Little Nun" who suffers from Down syndrome.