Linus Guardian Escandor II is an Independent Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer currently living in Manila, Philippines. He focuses on themes of environment, health, social and human rights issues.
Linus Guardian Escandor II is an Independent Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer currently living in Manila, Philippines.
A self-taught photographer, and has already taken part in collective exhibitions in Bosnia, Berlin, France, London, New York, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates and the Philippines. He focuses on themes of environment, health, social and human rights issues.
Escandor's photographs have been published in The Guardian, Dagbladet, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Grazia France, CNN International, The Times UK, Boston Globe, Washington Post, and various local and international publications. He extended his works on assignment for CNN International, Reuters, Zuma Press, European Press Agency (EPA), The Associated Press, Agence France Presse (AFP), Red Bull ESPN and La Vie/Groupe Le Monde.
He has also worked for multiple international organizations and NGO's, including Asmae France, CCFD-Terre Solidaire, and International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).
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XPOSURE AWARDS 2018
War Photographer Sir Don McCullin looking at Escandor's photo exhibited at the Xposure Photography Festival 2018 in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Escandor was one of 5 photographers chosen for the Timothy Allen Photography Scholarship Awards.
Marawi on the War's End
Linus Guardian Escandor II receives a plaque of recognition
The 23rd Graphic Expo 2018 honored the heroic experiences of veteran photo journalist, Linus Guardian Escandor II, for photo documenting the Marawi siege. He receives a plaque of recognition for successfully documenting and writing "MARAWI: on the War's End coffee table book during the 23rd Graphic Expo 2018 in SMX Convention Center Mall of Asia Arena.
President Duterte looks at a photo exhibit during a program that paid tribute to the heroism of the military and police forces who were killed during the five-month siege of Marawi City. Photos of Escandor were exhibited.