Providence, RI, USA
Alex Potter is a photographer and journalist from the Midwest working mostly in the Middle East.
Her work explores conflict and trust, loss and isolation within communities and relationships. Alex aims to bridge the gap between the foreign and familiar by creating thought provoking and emotional images. While not photographing she is either fighting wildfires, working as a nurse, or running.
Select Clients: National Geographic, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Harpers Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, The Intercept
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- RISC training
The Cost of War
Yemeni brothers climb the broken stairs of an apartment building damaged by airstrikes in the Faj Attan district of Sana'a, Yemen on August 17, 2015. Faj Attan mountain may have a large weapons cache inside, which, if hit by an airstrike, some assume could wipe out half the city.