IN CONVERSATION with Nicole Tung, Photojournalist, USA

Nicole Tung Read More Nicole Tung is a freelance photojournalist. She graduated from New York University, double majoring in history and journalism, and freelances for international publications and NGOs, working primarily in the Middle East and Asia. After covering the conflicts in Libya and Syria extensively from 2011, focusing on the plight of civilians, she spent 2014 documenting the lives…

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IN CONVERSATION with Ricardo Teles , Photojournalist, Brazil

Ricardo Teles Read More A freelance photographer born in Porto Alegre, Southern Brazil, Ricardo Teles has been working since 1994 in the city of São Paulo in the areas of documentation and photojournalism, with periodic publications in several national and foreign newspapers and magazines, institutional projects, and corporate reports. He was an independent photographer for the Estado group between 1996…

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IN CONVERSATION with Yen Duong, Freelance Photojournalist, Vietnam

Yen Duong@DdbYen Read More Yen Duong is a Vietnamese photographer based between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, whose work tends to drift to quiet moments in everyday life. Originally an investigative journalist, she has photographed many critical stories throughout Vietnam and elsewhere, exploring themes from human trafficking and environmental and natural disasters to the impact of rapid urbanization on…

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IN CONVERSATION with Asmaa Waguih, Photojournalist, Egypt

Asmaa Waguih Read More Asmaa Waguih is an independent photojournalist who is based in her home town of Cairo. She has over two decades of experience working with top agencies across the globe. She worked as a freelance reporter in Iraq for three years where she developed a love for pictures over words. Later she received several assignments that focused…

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IN CONVERSATION with Yousef Ghraibi, Freelance Photojournalist, Syria

Yousef Ghraibi@yusefgharibi Read More Why did you choose to become a photojournalist?When the war began in Syria, many massacres and human rights violations had to be reported to the world. The government sought to prevent the entry of foreign journalists and maintain a tight grip on the national media. Hence, the so-called Citizen Journalist appeared, as ordinary people began to…

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IN CONVERSATION with Alicia Devine, Photojournalist, Tallahassee Democrat, USA

Alicia Devine@alicia_c_devine Read More Alicia Devine is a photojournalist at the Tallahassee Democrat, part of the USA Today Network, where she has been documenting life as it happens for three years. While living and working in the capital of Florida, Alicia has covered several historical events, including the devastation in the Panhandle from Hurricane Michael, high-profile murder trials that received…

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