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Some of Our Clients

Saturday, August 21, 2004 Posted: 06:40 PM JST

A small selection of our clients...

AUSTRALIA: Curriculum Corporation, Herald Sun, John Wiley & Sons, New Idea Magazine, Sunday Magazine

JAPAN: All Nippon Airways, Asahi Broadcasting Company, Asahi Kokoku, Asahi Sonorama, b-DASH (ビ−ダシュ), Friday Magazine, Mainichi Broadcasting, NHK, Organon Japan, Osaka City Government, Pony Canyon, Shukan Gendai, SUN TV, Sunday Mainichi, TBS, Tokyo TV

NETHERLANDS: AKZO, ANP, Het Algemeen Dagblad, Endemol Nederland BV, Evangelische Omroep, GPD, De Leeuwarder Courant, De Limburger, NOC*NSF, Noordhollandse Dagbladen, NCRV, Het Reformatorisch Dagblad, RTL4, Squeeze, Trouw

UNITED KINGDOM: BBC, Essential Media Ltd, The Financial Times, The Times, Oxford University Press

USA: Associated Press, Condé Nast, Inside Fashion, Prudential Bache, Wired

OTHER: Agência Europeia de Imprensa (Portugal), Belgium Olympic Committee, European Pressphoto Agency (Germany), European Press Network (France), Helsingin Sanomat (Finland)

Kjeld Duits regularly donates his photographs of natural disasters to the Japanese Red Cross.

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