Birmingham, United Kingdom
Alison Baskerville (b.1974) is a British documentary photographer. Alison has focussed on the impact of conflict on those working and living in various areas of conflict around the world, including Afghanistan, Mali, Israel/Gaza and the Philippines. Along with her work in conflict she also investigates social and domestic issues both abroad and in the UK. Her work has been published by the Times, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Mirror and BBC online Features. She has also completed commissions for Plan International, Care International and the Royal British Legion.
Her work looking at the role of female British soldiers on the front line in Afghanistan has been exhibited in the Oxo Gallery in London.
Alison holds a degrees in Photojournalism from the University of Westminster. She regularly guest lectures at universities and hosts a number of workshops for the Royal Photographic Society's Digital Visual Journalism group.
Alison regularly speaks on her chosen subjects, appearing on BBC and Sky television as well as participating in seminars such as panel debates at the Imperial War Museum and guest speaking for various organisations on the subject of women and war.
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