Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin are a photographic team based in London. Together they have produced three photographic books: Trust which accompanied their solo-show at The Hasselbad Center; Ghetto, a collection of their work as editors and principal photographers of Colors magazine; and Mr Mkhize's Portrait which documented South Africa ten years after apartheid and accompanied their solo show at The Photographers' Gallery. Their work has been exhibited internationally and is part of the Victoria and Albert Museum's permanent collection. They are the recipients of numerous awards, including the Achievement Award from the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, and have also been awarded a number of photographic commissions. Broomberg and Chanarin also teach on the MA photojournalism course at London College of Communication. They continue to work for a number of magazines including The Guardian Weekend, The Observer Magazine and Life. Last year they produced their first documentary film, commissioned by Channel 4.