Greg Constantine is a freelance photographer from the United States. Since early 2006, he has worked on one long-term project titled "Nowhere People," which documents the struggles of stateless minority groups around the world. His work has been widely published and has been recognized with numerous awards, including Pictures of the Year International (POYi), NPPA Best of Photojournalism, Days Japan, the Human Rights Press Awards in Hong Kong and the Amnesty International Media Award for Photojournalism in the UK. In 2009, he was part of a team of journalists from the International Herald Tribune awarded the Osborn Elliott Prize for Journalism in Asia. Exhibitions and projections of his work have been held in Dhaka, London, Geneva, Nairobi, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Washington and at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. In 2011, he was selected by the Open Society Institute for the group exhibition, Moving Walls 19. His first book, "Kenya’s Nubians: Then & Now," was published in late 2011 and his second book, "Exiled To Nowhere: Burma’s Rohingya," will be released in May 2012. Constantine has been based in Southeast Asia since late 2005.