Photographer Jodi Bieber – who won her 10th World Press Photo Award last year – has travelled all over the world, but still prefers to call South Africa home. When we meet at her Johannesburg flat, she says that both her own pictures and the country has become a lot brighter since she became a photographer at the dawn of democracy.
This video is one in a series of interviews with South African photographers about photography and democracy here – then and now.
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You can view more pictures on Jodi Bieber’s website.