Tanya Habjouqa has lived the last five years as a gypsy documentarian, working in conflict zones such as Iraq, Darfur and Lebanon-while lending voices to the lesser-known subcultures of the Middle East.

Her work has been on the pages of the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, the Globe and Mail, Jerusalem Report, Beirut Daily Star, the Jordan Times, Diplo magazine, and Skin.

Habjouqa has received humanitarian photography awards (Global Health Action, 2006 and Interaction 2006) for her coverage of the Darfur crisis with International Medical Corps.

In addition to her photography-Habjouqa works as a freelance producer for UK Channel More 4 News, producing features on Hezbollah, Saddam Hussein's legal team, and migrant worker abuse in the Middle East.

Tanya is currently based in London, UK-freelancing and distributing through World Picture Network (WpN) and is available for in-depth reportage on a vast range of stories, themes and subjects.






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