Hadil Al-Ramli

Hadil Al-Ramli, a Palestinian Photojournalist. Born in 1988, she started her photojournalism career at the age of 17. Her work was dedicated to documenting the daily life of Palestinians along with the Palestinian- Israeli conflict in the region. Moreover, she collaborated with many local and international organizations, with whom she accomplished many artistic photography projects that were dedicated to helping and supporting the children with psychological traumas resulting from the wars. 

Mazen Jannoun

Born in Lebanon in 1974, Mazen Jannoun has lived in the Abruzzo region for the past three years. His work as a photographer began in the 90s in the advertising field. About ten years later came architecture alongside with reports of various kinds. Between 2003 and 2008 he collaborated with the American University of Beirut in digitizing photographic plates of the historical archive, dating from the second half of the 19th century.

Veronika Lukasova

Veronika Lukasova is an artist exploring how technology help us understand our role in the universe. Previously Washington DC based freelance correspondent for the New York Times and the Washington Post, Lukasova has since immersed herself in personal documentary projects about Baikonur space cosmodrome, CERN and cosmic rays, winning multiple awards in a fifteen-year career. Veronika Lukasova, a native Czech, now lives and works in London, UK.

Dionisis Moschonas

Born in 1978, Dionisis graduated from Focus School of Art & Photography and received a degree from Leica Academy, both located in Greece. He started his career as a photojournalist for “Eleutherotypia” newspaper. His work on documentary and portrait photography has been published in major Greek magazines and abroad. His pictures have been exhibited several times, and his most prominent project is “Attention, Fragile”.

Laetitia Vancon

For Laetitia Vançon, a French photographer based in Munich, photography is a crucial tool to interrogate human practices and acknowledge the subjective dimension of each perspective. Specialized in Visual Telling Story at Danish Photojournalism School, her principal interests are the human being, its consideration, its integration in a society, and its internal revolution to define its identity. In November 2012 she was awarded by Emaho magazine – creative journalism for the work of ” The time goes, Bruno stays”.

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