Daniel Hayduk finds passion in humanitarian work

Zanzibar Town, Zanzibar – 2015-03-27 – Recovering addicts, including Hadidja at right, get a ride to an NA meeting in Stone Town, Zanzibar on March 27, 2015. Weeks later, Hadidja was found dead. Despite being visibly beaten, police ruled the death an overdose. Photo by Daniel Hayduk

Daniel Hayduk is a firm believer in using the power of visual storytelling to create compelling narratives. He started his career as a photojournalist, but has since found his passion in helping humanitarian organizations tell their stories. He currently lives in Tanzania and still freelances for a variety of news clients.

Photojournalism program  testimonial

The Photojournalism program at Loyalist has helped bring me to where I am today: living the dream! The skill sets I learned provided me with the flexibility to experience and take part in a wide variety of disciplines and settings.  Loyalist focused my passion for photography into something tangible and plugged me into a global network of photojournalists.



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