South African born, living in London for the past 22 years. He began working in social documentary photography through his need to 'bear witness' and to record what was happening around him as he grew up in South Africa, under the abhorrent Apartheid political system.

Zwi contributed towards the 1983 edition of Staffrider magazine, featuring Afrapix’s first exhibition: South Africa Through the Lens.

Dr Morris Zwi graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg in 1982. He completed his specialist training in London and worked as a community Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist in Richmond, Surrey from 1994 - 2014 before taking up this post. 

He has special interests in Evidence Based Practice, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), human rights and the politics of healthcare. 

He obtained a Diploma in Systematic Reviews Methodology (UCL) in 2000 and from 2005-2007 he was CAMHS Professional Advisor (Research) at the Department of Health (DoH). He is a full-time clinician with strong research interests and is an author on two Cochrane systematic reviews on ADHD.

 He now lives in London, United Kingdom.

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