In May 2017, Michael Christopher Brown worked with Magnum Photos and Land Rover on their “Ultimate Vistas” campaign, in Michael’s home state of Washington. This is a trailer for the series of four episodes, coming soon.
In January 2017, Michael Christopher Brown worked with Magnum Photos and Ogilvy to direct a piece of Amnesty International’s “Outrage is not enough” campaign, in Kenya’s Kakuma Refugee Camp:
After spending a year on a failed photographic project in China, Michael Christopher Brown needed a change. A year later, he was recovering from a near fatal injury, and the wounds of a loss that shook the photography community to its core. See the project, which uses pieces of Michael’s 6-channel “Libyan Sugar” video piece, at https://mediastorm.com/clients/2017-icp-infinity-awards-artist-book-michael-christopher-brown-for-libyan-sugar
HBO “Witness: Libya” follows photographer Michael Christopher Brown into chaotic post-Gaddafi Libya. The documentary includes much archival footage (still/video) taken by Michael over an 8 month period in Libya in 2011.
In addition to video installations made for his projects in China, Libya, Congo and Cuba, Michael’s footage has also been used in several documentaries, including Which Way Is The Front Line From Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington (2013), The Prosecutors (2014), This is Congo (in-progress), and Hondros (2017).