Sam Faulkner grew up in Norwich. After graduating in philosophy from King’s College London in 1994, he immediately went to Afghanistan looking for adventure and with a dream of becoming a reportage photographer.
He has worked around the world for The Telegraph Magazine, The Independent, The Sunday Times Magazine, GQ , Esquire, Vogue, Stern and Paris Match among many others.
In 2001 Faulkner started shooting Cocaine Wars, a long term project about the collateral damage of the war on drugs in Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Brazil, Haiti, Mexico and the USA.
He lives in London with his wife and two young children.
Unseen Waterloo is Faulkner’s first project to be represented by Hamiltons Gallery in London.
To find out more about Sam's work visit www.samfaulkner.co.uk