Shanghai, Shanghai, China
A photographer, and an adventurous storyteller, Eleanor Moseman's work has been published internationally such as PBSNewshour, The Atlantic, and featured on Nikon's Learn & Explore website. Moseman is a humanitarian and particularly works with minorities, women among religious cultures, the working-class, and those enslaved into poverty. She strives to immerse herself in the culture of the people she documents to seek resolutions of the inflicted while sharing the stories of the unknown, forgotten, and persecuted. Also, a refreshing and unique voice among the community of explorers as her writing, photography, and personal reports are focused primarily on the people she encounters while revealing intimate details of her mind and heart.
Eleanor grew up in the Appalachian region of Virginia and attended Virginia Commonwealth University for photography and went on to assisting in New York before moving to Asia. Since 2009, she has been based primarily in Shanghai, China as a freelancer. Her time is divided between commercial work while pursuing long-term, socially conscious and meaningful photo-journalistic projects. You can generally find her roaming the plateaus of Tibet or the deserts of Xinjiang.
A native English speaker, a working proficiency of Mandarin and currently working towards Tibetan and Uyghur.
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