Andrea DiCenzo

Andrea DiCenzo

Ramallah, Palestine


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Andrea DiCenzo

Andrea DiCenzo is an American photojournalist/video-journalist based in Ramllah. She has shot campaigns for UK based charity A Partner in Education, European Conservative organization AECR, and charity Smart School City Council. She has shot short film news pieces for Al Jazeera Plus, Discovery Channel, and Fox News Radio’s website about a varied on topics - IDPs/refugees in Northern Iraq, issues facing Syrian refugees in Southern Lebanon, tensions over new Settlement buildings within the West Bank - to name a few.
Her work has been published in Le Monde, Al Jazeera English, Middle East Eye, The Telegraph, Dagbladet Information, The National, New Zealand Herald, Huffington Post, Dazed Digital, Feature Shoot, Cool Hunting, and Fox News Radio Website. She is a current contributor to Middle Easy Eye and a member of Frontline Freelance Registry.

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Against the back drop of the Separation Barrier, Palestinian demonstrators hurl rocks over the wall and toward the Isreali Defense Forces.


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Soldiers watch the news and eat ice-cream in a gas station close to their base on the border of Gaza/Israel.


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Protesters gather rocks and adjust slingshots in the fog of tear-gas and smoke that has descended Qalandia checkpoint. 48Thousand March.


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Published on Mar 31, 2015 100,000 Palestinian Bedouins living in villages in Israel's Negev desert are being threatened with eviction. Their communities are not recognised by the State of Israel, and so they have no paved roads, and aren't connected to the electricity or water networks. Ayman Odeh, leader of the third-largest political group in Israel, led an 80 mile march from the villages to the Knesset in Jerusalem.


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Although Gaza City was subject to war and terror for 14 years, with the most recent conflict ending only months ago, the city is a strikingly beautiful place, and the people of Gaza have found it within themselves to get back to their (mostly) normal lives.


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Published on Jun 29, 2015 Syrian families fleeing the war with ISIS have turned an old prison in Akre, Iraq, into their new home. And with the help of the Castle Art project, the kids are decorating the place with murals that tell the story of their escape. “Any picture that we make – there is meaning for that picture,” Soleen tells AJ+. From video journalist Andrea DiCenzo in Iraq.


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