Nadia Bseiso is a documentary photographer based in Amman, Jordan. With a passion for visual story telling and human rights, she focuses on long term projects that are socially concerned. She has been working with several local and international NGO's since 2011, after completing a degree in photography from Florence, Italy. She worked for several years exploring the topic of migration, documenting the social situation of migrant workers in different sectors in Jordan. A long term project that focused on domestic helpers, garment workers and Egyptian farmers. For the last few months she has been covering the affects of the Syrian crisis on the Jordanian household. Documenting the situation of the isolated villages that are adjacent to the borders of Iraq, Syria and Palestine. In 2015, she completed a two month residency in Fondazione Fotographia in Modena, Italy. Selected for the NOOR-Nikon Masterclass in Documentary Photography in Istanbul 2014. She had several Exhibitions in Jordan and Italy.
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