Born in Nigeria, Tom Saater is a documentary photographer, filmmaker and podcast producer. He focuses his reporting on contemporary social issues such as human rights, immigration and the economy, and he’s published such work at the New York Times, TIME magazine, The Economist and more. In 2018, he was the subject of an episode of audiovisual – a podcast about photography, trust and breaking into new worlds – created by WePresent and the International Center of Photography in New York. In it, he spoke about his series “Area Boys,” a portrait of a notorious gang that attacked him one night in Lagos. Tom’s work has been exhibited at Venice Biennale, University of Oxford, and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, and he is a member and contributor to the photography collective Everyday Africa.