“She is dedicated to telling powerful stories happening in and around Gaza from her perspective as a Palestinian and a woman — a perspective often neglected by mainstream media.”
Lara Aburamadan is a photographer and a writer in Gaza Palestine. She is dedicated to telling powerful stories happening in and around Gaza from a her perspective as a Palestinian and a woman — a perspective often neglected by mainstream media.
She has covered the aftermath of the Israeli sieges in communities all over Gaza and has played an important role for foreign journalists as a fixer. Her style brings to life the very real uncertainty Gazans face every day due to the Israeli occupation. Her photos have also captured the hope and beauty that still perseveres in communities in Palestine. Her work is bold, refreshing, and magnetic.
She has been published in the New York Times, the Atlantic, and Al Jazeera. She is most well-known for her vines about the beauty and everyday life in Gaza.