Jack Losh is a freelance journalist with a focus on conflict and humanitarian issues, having reported across the Central African Republic, eastern Ukraine and Iraqi Kurdistan. He graduated from the University of Bristol with a first-class honours degree in English Literature and later worked as a staff journalist with the national press in London. He is a recipient of Pulitzer funding to report on crisis in central Africa.
PRINT: His work is published by major news organisations, including The Guardian, Foreign Policy, The Independent, Newsweek, The Observer Magazine, Politico, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Telegraph, The Times, VICE News and The Washington Post. He has also undertaken commissions for travel pieces in Europe, Latin America and Southeast Asia, and carried out research for Lonely Planet.
BROADCAST: Jack has produced documentaries for The Guardian, which have been shown at international film festivals and nominated at top-tier awards. He has appeared on major broadcasters—BBC World Service, CBC News, NPR, Public Radio International—and helped produce programmes for NBC News and Australia's Seven Network.
AWARDS / GRANTS:
• Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting grant to report in the Central African Republic, 2018
• Kurt Schork Awards 2017 (Shortlisted: Freelance category)
• One World Media Awards 2017 (Shortlisted: New Voice, Print, Short Film categories)
• RTS Television Journalism Awards 2017 (Nominated: Short Film category)
• Frontline Club Awards 2016 (Shortlisted: Print category)
• Bradt Travel Writing Awards 2013 (Shortlisted)