Tony Corocher lives near Venice, Italy. Photography is his true passion, with 20 years of experience stretching into a wide range of design, art and photography areas. Tony has traveled extensively capturing compelling images from around the world.
This photo was taken in Mathare, one of the largest slums in Nairobi. These slums are completely abandoned to themselves and are full of corruption, crime and illegal trades. However, even in one of the most difficult, harsh and dangerous places in the world, there is beauty – and hope.
The Allard Prize Photo Competition jury selected this photo as it highlights the devastating impact of corruption.