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STEPHANIE SINCLAIR

BASED IN NEW YORK

BIOGRAPHY

Stephanie Sinclair [b.1973] is an American photojournalist known for gaining unique access to sensitive gender and human rights issues around the world. After university, Sinclair worked for the Chicago Tribune, which sent her to cover the lead up to the war in Iraq. She later moved to the Middle East covering the region for six years as a freelance photographer. A regular contributor to National Geographic and The New York Times Magazine, Sinclair is the recipient of numerous awards including the CARE International Award for Humanitarian Reportage, the Overseas Press Club’s Olivier Rebbot Award, a Pulitzer Prize, two Visa D’Ors, and three World Press Photo awards. In 2010, Sinclair’s photographs of self-immolation in Afghanistan were exhibited as part of the Whitney Biennial in New York. She is an owning member of VII Photo Agency in NY.

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A Cutting Tradition

A Cutting Tradition: Female Circumcision in Indonesia When a girl is taken – usually by [...]

Tatiana and Krista

Tatiana and Krista’s Special Connection Meet Tatiana and Krista Hogan, 4-year-old [...]

Polygamy in America

An intimate look into the FLDS, one of the country’s most secretive Mormon sects. Known [...]

Too Young to Wed

The United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA, champions the fundamental human rights of men, women [...]

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