www.amandamustard.com Amanda Mustard is a award-winning photographer and journalist based in Bangkok, Thailand (previously Cairo, Egypt). Selected to participate in the 2016 World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass, Mustard has also been chosen for PDN 30 Under 30, a Wallis Annenberg Prize, and 30 Under 30 Women Photographers. Mustard has completed assignments throughout the Middle East, Asia, and South East Asia for clients including The New York Times, Associated Press, GEO, Bloomberg, WIRED, TIME, Le Monde, Al Jazeera, Monocle, Telegraph, amongst others. Her commercial clients have included Airbnb, Chrysler, Facebook, and Mondelēz International. She has completed projects for various NGOs, and additionally provides video content to both news and documentary film projects. Mustard is a founding member of the Koan Collective, and Frontline Freelance Register board member. She is on the board of the Foreign Correspondents Club in Thailand, where she is the exhibition curator. Until it's 2016 close, she was also a member of the Makeshift Magazine editorial board, an independent quarterly magazine about grassroots creativity and invention around the world. She has received combat medical training through RISC. Mustard is an advocate for the protection and sustainability of the freelance community and gender equality in the media industry.