Tiffany Fairey is a Leverhulme Research Fellow in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London. Co-Founder and former co-director of the UK charity PhotoVoice, she has 20+ years’ specialist experience working with photovoice and participatory visual methods in the UK and internationally. She completed her PhD in Visual Sociology (Goldsmiths College) with research into community photography histories and participatory photography ethics and impact. Her current research, Imaging Peace, focuses on the role of images and community engaged image-making in building peace and dialogue. Collaborating with partners in Colombia, Nepal, Rwanda, Northern Ireland and BiH, Fairey is conducting the first multi-country empirical study of community engaged peace photography. Her work has been recognised with various awards including the Royal Photographic Society’s Hood Medal for outstanding advance in photography for public service (2010) and King’s College SSPP Impact Award (2022).