Myles Little, a photo editor based in New York City, has curated a selection of documentary photographs The Washington Post called “incredible.” The exhibit, 1% Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality, is traveling to 29 venues on six continents. Called “a rising leader and visionary” by The Huffington Post, Little maps the hidden world of wealth and illustrate what top CEOs earn relative to ordinary workers. The accompanying catalog was named one of the best photo books of 2016 by both TIME and Internazionale.
Little studied photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design and has gone on to produce award-winning covers and features with many of the best photographers in the world. He has lectured on photography internationally.