Frontline Freelance Register
New York, NY, USA
Cengiz (b. 1986) is a photographer and editor based in Brooklyn, New York. His work focuses on mass displacement, religious and ethnic minorities, and the long-term repercussions of the Islamic State. He has photographed war and it’s effects in Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan and has a long-term commitment to documenting civilian casualties as a result of conflict.
He is the inaugural recipient of the James Foley Award for Conflict Reporting from the Online News Association in 2015, was a member of the Associated Press team listed as finalists for the Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the battle for Mosul in 2016, and was listed on the Getty Images Reportage Emerging Talent roster. He won a National Magazine Award as the managing editor of Roads & Kingdoms in 2019 and served for three years as a board member for the Frontline Freelance Register, advocating for better training and protections for conflict freelancers.
Cengiz’s editorial clients include Vanity Fair, Google, WIRED UK, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, and Foreign Policy Magazine among others. His humanitarian clients include organizations such as UNHCR, UNICEF, UNMAS, and Mercy Corps. He has spoken at National Geographic, Facebook, Photoville, Instagram, and the Eddie Adam Workshop and has been featured for his work in TIME, BBC World News, and Juxtapoz Magazine.
2019 - National Magazine Award, 2019 - Dart Center Ochberg Fellow, 2016 - Getty Images Reportage Emerging Talent, 2016 - Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize , 2015 - ONA's inaugural 2015 James W. Foley Award
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