Born in Bamako, Mali 1993, Carmen Yahchouchi has been in love in photography for as long as she can remember. Sensitive by nature, emotional and passionate about storytelling, she tries to venture into the intimate spaces of human experience, propelling the spectator into the unique universe of each of her subjects. In September 2015, she won the fifth edition of the Byblos Bank Award. Exhibited for Raw Talents held at Beirut’s Art Factum gallery 2016 at Byblos Bank Headquarters; Amman Image Festival in Jordan; “New World/Nouveau Monde” exhibition; Workshop with The Arab Documentary Photography Program (ADPP); Exhibited during the 32nd Salon d’Automne at the Sursock Museum. Remomero: an Italian Gallery; Blink and the New York Times Portfolio Review; The Chania Photo Festival in 2017; The 10th edition of the Estação Imagem Award in Coimbra, Portugal; Les Rencontres Photographique De Rabat 2019 and the Photography International festival called Phot’Aix in France that invited Lebanon for the 19th edition; Exhibited in Paris and Beirut to help the victims after the Beirut 2020 explosion. She worked with Reuters between 2020 and 2021. Carmen Yahchouchi is now a photojournalist with WorldVision and contributor to Fair Picture, Women Photograph, Magnum Foundation and Diversify Photo.