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    Natalie Naccache Joins Reportage

    The Lebanese-British photographer Natalie Naccache, based in Beirut, has joined our roster of featured contributors. She was previously part of Reportage Emerging Talent program and her photographs have been published in places such as The New York Times, Le Monde, Der Spiegel, The Independent, Marie Claire and more. She also recently participated in this year’s Noor Masterclass.

    One of Natalie’s longstanding interests has been Lebanese high society. Her recent photoessay, titled “Paris of the East,” examines debutante balls and other extravagant events that serve as escapes from the harsher realities of life in Lebanon. But Natalie’s photos pose the question: Is the party over soon? See more of this work on the Reportage Web site.

    (Photos by Natalie Naccache/Reportage by Getty Images)

    'In a globalised world, it has become “much easier than before to consume Western products, therefore an increasing number of Arab parents worry that their children are getting too Westernised. This creates a demand for businesses that adapt Westernised products to their values, and it has been taking place across the Middle East – in television programmes, hip-hop music, comic books and ‘Arabised’ Barbie dolls called Fulla dolls.” A Fulla doll is, in essence, a Barbie doll that is “loving, caring, honest, and respecting of her mother and father”, say the doll’s creators.'

    With all of the issues roiling the Middle East, the cultural characteristics of everyday life often get overlooked. But for Natalie Naccache, a former member of Reportage Emerging Talent, the nuances of youth culture in the region can be especially telling. “I wanted to take a deeper look into how young people in the Middle East are growing up, who they look up to, and what moulds their beliefs.”

    Read more about Natalie’s project in British Journal of Photography.

    Photo by Sara Naomi Lewkowicz Photo by Alex Tomazatos Photo by Matic Zorman Photo by Alicia Vera Photo by Armando Sanchez Photo by Natalie Keyssar Photo by Matteo Bastianelli

    Announcing Our New Emerging Talent

    Reportage by Getty Images is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Emerging Talent Award. These seven photographers were selected for demonstrating great talent and dedication to their craft, and we hope that the guidance and support of the Reportage team will help them develop their talents at this early stage of their careers. Please click the names below to read more about each photographer and view samples of their work:

    Alex Tomazatos (Bucharest, Romania)
    Armando Sanchez (Chicago, Illinois)
    Natalie Keyssar (New York, New York)
    Sara Naomi Lewkowicz (New York, New York)
    Matic Zorman (Slovenia/Gaza Strip)
    Matteo Bastianelli (Italy/Bosnia Herzegovina)
    Alicia Vera (Mexico City)

    We look forward to showcasing current and future work by these photographers over the next year. Young photographers interested in applying for the award can visit for more information. In addition to the Emerging Talent Award, one place on the roster is also reserved for the winner of the Ian Parry Scholarship.

    Reportage would also like to announce that former Emerging Talent members Shannon Jensen and Diana Markosian will be joining our roster of Featured Contributors. We’re excited to see what they do next.

    Credits (clockwise from top): Sara Naomi Lewkowicz; Matic Zorman; Armando Sanchez; Matteo Bastianelli; Natalie Keyssar; Alicia Vera and Alex Tomazatos. Copyright belongs to the artists.

    Reportage Emerging Talent Adrian Fussell collaborated with fellow International Center of Photography alumni on the second issue of the photo mag Jay Peg’s. This issue’s theme is the continuing Hurricane Sandy recovery effort. Visit the link below to see the whole magazine online.

    On the cover: Walls are stripped to prevent mold in the home of Heather Kramer, on Beach 112th street, Rockaway Park, NY. (Photo by Adrian Fussell)


    I present to you Jay Peg’s Photo Pub’s second issue:

    Hurricane Sandy Revisited.

    Featuring: Adrian FussellAndre MalerbaCassandra Giraldo,Cory SchwartzDaniel TepperGaia SquarciJohnny Milano, Josh Raab, Vittoria Mentasti

    Juan Arredondo Joins Reportage Emerging Talent

    Juan grew up in Colombia and currently divides his time between Medellin and New York.  In one of his projects, he documents Barrio Triste (Sad Neighborhood), a once-residential Medellin neighborhood that is now dominated by mechanical shops during the day, and by drug addicts and sex workers at night.

    Sending out a warm welcome to Maria Turchenkova, the newest member of Reportage Emerging Talent.  A former radio journalist, Maria now spends much of her time in the Republic of Dagestan working on her long term project Hidden War in the Land of Mountains (see more here).


    More than 70 years of Soviet rule, followed by two decades of frequent warfare, inflicted a heavy toll on Chechnya, a small, mostly Muslim republic in southern Russia.

    Russia has effectively crushed the rebel movement in Chechnya; the main city, Grozny, has been rebuilt; and the Chechen government has embarked on a campaign to promote Islam.

    Today, alcohol is all but banned, polygamy encouraged, and single-sex hair salons and gyms are becoming the norm. Some Chechen women say their rights are being curtailed.

    100 Words: Chechen Girls And The Rise of Islam

    Photo Credit: Diana Markosian

    (via lookatthisstory)

    Youth is a stage of life for personal development and social placement, which is enabled through social measures and necessary through social structural problems - Harry Friebel

    Photographer Fabian Weiss’s new book, Wolfskinder, explores the adolescent welfare system in Germany.

    The most important question for me was: What makes these kids get into the care of the youth welfare service? Which factors lead, in the eyes of an bureaucrat, to an unstable path? Are there any repetitive causes? 

    The title, Wolfskinder (wolf children)…alludes to the common practice of sending troubled teenagers to remote areas in the countryside to get them away from their mostly urban backgrounds.

    PAOLA, ITALY: Domenico Letto was the first visually impaired trainee to be certified as a diving instructor by the Poseidon Project. The project was founded in the belief that diving is a powerful therapy  for blind and visually impaired people. (Photo by Tommaso Protti)

    Tommaso Protti has joined our Emerging Talent roster.

    Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist Fabian Weiss Diana Markosian Rasel Chowdhury

    Back in May, we asked photographers under the age of 25, or current photo students, to submit their work for our Emerging Talent Award.  We got about 100 submissions, from all over the world, and chose 4 winners (click to see more of their work):

    Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist

    Fabian Weiss

    Diana Markosian

    Rasel Chowdhury

    Congrats all, and welcome!

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