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Lynsey Addario
Lynsey Addario

“Finding Home” documents three families at the heart of Europe’s refugee crisis. It’s the story of women and children with no place to call home; it’s about families that, even if they do escape the limbo of refugee camps, may be forced to live in the shadows of Europe for years if not decades; and it’s about a generation of stateless children, born and raised on the run.

Since September 2016, the TIME team has spent months documenting the overcrowded refugee camps in Thessaloniki, Greece, and is following the first year in the lives of several refugee babies and their mothers as they seek a new—and more permanent—home in Europe.

Artist Bios

  • Lynsey Addario

    Lynsey Addario

    Lynsey Addario is an American photojournalist who regularly works for The New York TimesNational Geographic, and TIME Magazine. Since September 11, 2001, Addario has covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, Darfur, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. She photographs feature stories on humanitarian and human rights issues across the Middle East, South Asia, and Africa with a specific focus on women’s issues.

    In 2015, American Photo Magazine named Lynsey one of Five Most Influential Photographers of the Past 25 years, saying “she changed the way we saw the world’s conflicts.” In 2009, Addario was awarded a prestigious MacArthur Fellowship for her “…dedication to demystifying foreign cultures and exposing the tragic consequences of human conflict…and providing a valuable historical record for future generations.”

    She was part of The New York Times team to win the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for her photographs in Talibanistan, published in The New York Times Magazine, and in 2015, she was nominated for an Emmy award for The Displaced, a photographic series and virtual reality film documenting the lives of three children displaced by war and conflict in Syria, South Sudan, and Ukraine.

    In 2016, the University of Wisconsin-Madison awarded her an honorary Doctoral degree in the Humanities for her professional accomplishments.

    She recently released a New York Times best selling memoir, It’s What I Do, which chronicles her personal and professional life as a photojournalist coming of age in the post-9/11 world. It is her first book.

  • Aryn Baker

    Aryn Baker is TIME Magazine’s Africa Bureau Chief and international correspondent. Since joining TIME in Hong Kong in 2001, she has worked as a reporter, editor and correspondent, covering everything from the first Tibetan beauty pageant to Iran’s Paralympics volleyball team, Afghanistan’s collapse, the Arab Spring, the Syrian war, and the 2014 outbreak of Ebola in West Africa. She served as Afghanistan-Pakistan Bureau Chief from 2006 to 2010, then as Middle East Bureau Chief from 2010 to 2014. She now covers African affairs and refugee issues from her base in Cape Town, South Africa.

  • Francesca Trianni

    Francesca Trianni is a staff video journalist for TIME Magazine based in New York. She has contributed to many of TIME’s most important stories in the past three years, including features for Person of the Year and Time 100. A native Italian speaker, Francesca earned her master’s degree in digital media from the Columbia Journalism School.

Organizations

  • The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

    The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

    The Pulitzer Center’s mission is to champion the power of stories to make complex issues relevant and inspire action. Founded in 2006, the Center is an essential source of support for enterprise reporting in the United States and globally. The thousands of journalists and educators in our networks span more than 80 countries, and our work reaches tens of millions of people each year through our news-media partners. The journalism we support covers the world’s biggest challenges today, from the environment and global health to human rights and artificial intelligence.

  • TIME

    TIME

    TIME is a 100-year-old global media brand that reaches a combined audience of more than 105 million around the world through its iconic magazine and digital platforms. With unparalleled access to the world’s most influential people, the immeasurable trust of consumers and partners globally, and an unrivaled power to convene, TIME’s mission is to tell the essential stories of the people and ideas that shape and improve the world.

Finding Home

 archive : 2017

Featuring: Lynsey Addario Aryn Baker Francesca Trianni

Curated by: Jordan Roth

Presented by: The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, Time
  • The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
  • TIME

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