Nate Clark is a Canadian photojournalist covering the Nepal quake.
A Canadian photojournalist living in Northern Thailand, Nate focuses on personal stories about people in South East Asia, India and Nepal. He covered the April 25 earthquake in Kathmandu. He is a former writer and photographer for Black Press in Victoria, B.C. and an alumni of the Western Academy of Photography.
"I believe photojournalism to be one of the most noble professions a person can have. It's one of the only jobs with the real possibility to end a war. Remember the Vietnamese girl running through the streets? Remember Kevin Carter's image of the vulture stalking the Sudanese girl? These images changed the hearts and minds of millions. It follows that if you took a photo great enough – an image perfect in it's storytelling – you could bring an end to war altogether."