"Nonstop imagery is our surround, but when it comes to remembering, the photograph has the deeper bite.... In an era of information overload, the photograph..is like a quotation, or a maxim or proverb." (Susan Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others 2003)
Dominique Jackson is a freelance writer & translator with more than 20 years’ experience of the Fourth Estate. She studied Modern & Medieval Languages at Magdalen College, Oxford and trained at Reuters News Agency after graduating.
She worked initially as a Foreign Correspondent, reporting from Latin America, South East Asia and Western Europe, and latterly, as a writer and editor on London’s Fleet Street. She is currently a columnist and blogger for the Mail Online RightMinds Debate project. Read her most recent articles here:
Dominique's work has also appeared in publications as diverse as the Guardian, the Spectator, the Financial Times, Marie Claire, Avenue Magazine, the Times Educational Supplement, the Volkskrant & the South China Morning Post.