Born and raised in Lebanon, Tamara Saade is a multimedia journalist and photographer based between Beirut and New York. She mainly covers human rights, gender issues, and conflict. Working with different mediums such as print, photography—both film and digital— videography, and painting, she also explores more intricate themes, such as our relationship to our bodies in times of trauma. She exhibited her work in France, as part of Visa Pour l’Image’s photojournalism exhibition, in New York, Dubai, and Beirut. She was a Magnum Foundation Grantee, and a Women Photograph Mentee. She has bylines in Vice International, Al-Jazeera, and Megaphone, amongst others. You can follow her work on Instagram (@tamarasaade_) and Twitter (@tamara_saade_).