Jeffrey Barbee covers South Africa as a photojournalist for GlobalPost.
Barbee has worked in Africa since 1996, and his photographic work on AIDS, education and environmental topics appears regularly in the New York Times, Time, the Guardian, Smithsonian magazine, Newsweek, GEO and other newspapers and magazines. Starting his photographic education in 1994 at an institute in the United States, Barbee went on to assist National Geographic photographer David Hiser.
His work has been shown online, and a recent exhibition of his work about globalization and its effect on Africa was held at the Levine Museum in Charlotte, NC. Born in Colorado, Barbee was brought up in Malawi and works out of his studio in Johannesburg.