Kent Klich was born in 1952 in Sweden. He studied psychology at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and photography at the International Center of Photography, NY. He joined Magnum in 1998 and left in 2002. His work is noted for a strong commitment to social issues and has worked with street children and drug addicts in Denmark. In 2001 he collaborated with the author Herta Müller on a project and book Children of Ceausescu detailing the HIV crisis among Romanian children. For more details and to see samples of his projects, please visit Kent’s extensive website.