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   Aaron Guy Leroux is an independent photojournalist and documentary photographer currently traveling the world covering protest movements, refugee crises, and other political and cultural issues. He is one of the co-founders of The Nature of Water collective of photojournalists. He sits on the board of The Nature of Water Scholarship Fund.  
   Aaron has published two photo books; the first -"Were It Not For Shadows," published in 2015, is a book of street photography focusing on Los Angeles, California. The second - "The Nature of Water," co-authored with Adam Malamis and published in 2020, features the collective work of over fifty international photojournalists who documented the 2019 Anti-Extradition protests in Hong Kong. 
   Leroux has served as a guest speaker discussing his work in Hong Kong at the Amnesty International chapter of William & Mary College, Middlebury College, The Polygon Gallery, and others. In addition, CNN has published his work, Men's Journal, The Economist, Monocle, The New Stateman, The Diplomat, LA Times, KCRW, and Huffington Post, represented by Sipa USA. Member NPPA. 
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