Fabeha Monir is a Dhaka based visual journalist who uses still images and video to provide multi-faceted storytelling for editorial and non-profit clients. Her editorial clients include The Guardian, Stern Magazine, Elle Magazine, Al Jazeera News, BBC News, Nido, Tagesspiegel, Terra Metter Magazine, Kehitys-Utveckling magazine, Spiegel Online, Badische Zeitung, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Zeit magazine, The Sydney Morning Herald, Devex, France 24, The New Humanitarian, Pacific News, Icarus Magazine, UK.
She regularly reports and photographs for Bistandsaktuelt Daily News in Norway, on topics of aid and development. She has been commissioned by non-profits such as Oxfam, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Traidcraft, Nobel Women Initiative, Water Aid,H&M Foundation, Human Appeal, UK, Action Aid, UK etc. Also the Co-creator VR film+ Documentary film on Immersive Storytelling of Rohingya Refugees funded by Davis projects for peace.
As a humanist photographer, she tells people-focused stories that explore the themes of social development, migration, gender violence, and forced exile in marginalized communities. She uses intimate and involved story-telling approach to communicate meaningfully about the human experience. In addition to English, she is fluent in Bangla, Hindi, and Urdu.
Allison Joyce is an American photojournalist with over a decade of experience working in the United States and internationally. She is based in Bangladesh, covering news and human rights stories with a special focus on gender issues. She has been covering the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh since 2010.
She works regularly as a stringer for Getty Images and has also contributed work to clients and publications such as the Washington Post, New York Times, National Geographic, Bloomberg, TIME, Marie Claire, NPR, Associated Press, and Reuters.
Other clients have included corporations and non-profits such as Microsoft, Apple, American Express, Save the Children, UN Women, UNFPA, Nobel Women's Initiative. Planned Parenthood, Girls Not Brides, Free a Girl, American Jewish World Service, HALO Trust, World Wildlife Fund, and Marie Stopes.
In 2019 she was nominated for the Joop Swart Masterclass, and her work has been honoured with awards from POYI (Pictures of the Year International), South Asian
Journalists Association, and the NYPPA (New York Press Photographers Association). She attended the Eddie Adams Workshop in 2008 and has received hostile environment, emergency medical, and self defense training with Colombia University, Pioneer Consulting Group, and RISC (Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues.
She can be found on Wonderful Machine.