ahmed bahaddou is a Video journalist based in Rome, Italy. Multimedia Specialist / Director of Photography Awarding winning, multilingual DOP, cameraman, Producer and film - digital editor with 29+ years of broad experience guiding complex assignments under challenging, and often dangerous, circumstances. Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in International News Reporting. Calm demeanour and pragmatic sensibilities to organise projects for TV news, business reporting, and humanitarian stories. Staff cameraman for Reuters Television for 17 years (Brussels, Gaza, Jerusalem, and Baghdad) covering conflicts across the Balkans, the Middle East, Asia , Africa, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Congo. I am capable to use technologies to develop creative solutions to the organisation communications challenges, as a video producers I am capable of identifying, shooting, scripting, editing, and packaging videos for publication on core websites and social media channels and for distribution to media partners. Our duties, is to produce news and feature packages, pieces to camera, social media edits, single- or multiple-camera interviews, live-streamed or recorded events Instagram stories, serialised stories and short documentaries.
Yemen’s Bloody War Could Get A Lot Worse (HBO) At least 450 Yemenis have been killed in the first nine days of August, making it one of the bloodiest periods since the war broke out three and a half years ago. And it could get a lot worse.
CBS News 60MN Afghanistan embedded with US forces . Enemy combatants for U.S. troops are on the rise in Afghanistan. Lara Logan reports from a forward operating base near Pakistan.
Euronews Insiders. Thousands of migrants are stranded in Bosnia and Herzegovina on the border with Croatia. As the winter closes in, the external border of the European Union is inching towards a humanitarian emergency.
The Associated Press Libya War Rebels retaking a strategic town in the desert, on their way to Tripoli. I won the Rory Peck Award for News.
AP Syria Ariha Family living on the frontline. The story of the last family who remained living in the ghost town of Talatat in the outskirt of Ariha, where once was heavily populated by civilians, has now become the frontline between Assad forces...
UNHCR--Cameroon - Escape from Nigeria. Attacks by Nigerian insurgents have spread to neighbouring countries in recent months, severely restricting the ‘humanitarian space’ aid organisations can operate in to help people made homeless by the unrest.