About Jane Baker
Based in the Midlands, Jane Baker is a socialdocumentary photographer, often working closely with NGOs andcampaigning organisations. However, having spent many years commissioninginternational photography assignments with Oxfam, recent independent stories ontraditional manufacturing, heritage, urban regeneration, poverty, faith andforced migration have also turned her interests to the UK. Jane's work has been published by the BBC, the Guardian, The Sunday Times and Source magazine among others.

Jane also works with community groups teaching photography and interviewing skills and leading participatory photography workshops.
Before turning to documentary photography Jane spentfive years with Oxfam working for the video and photography teams, and also asa campaigns press officer. During her time with Oxfam she travelled to SierraLeone, Liberia and India to document Oxfam’s work, interviewing members of thelocal community and directing world-class photographers. She also managed theOxfam photo library and commissioned assignments on the food crisis in Haiti,maternal mortality in Afghanistan, pharmaceuticals in India and poverty in theUK, to name a few.
Clients include Ikon gallery, Friends of the Earth, Oxfam, JubileeDebt Campaign and Terrence Higgins Trust. Her most recent internationalassignment was to Uganda to document the education work of Rafiki ThaboFoundation.
Jane has an MA in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism fromLondon College of Communication.

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