Edmond Prifti is a multimedia journalist based in Tirana, Albania. E. Prifti has been graduated in Bucharest, in 2001, in Journalism and Communication Sciences. After he was returned back in Tirana, he has been collaborated with many national and international media, as such IWPR, Albanezul (România), etc. and such of roles, mainly in the Albanian print media, like Editor and Vice editor on chief (One magazine) or coverer (Psikologji magazine)... In 2009-2014 he was worked like Multimedia Journalist in the Albanian Telegraphic Agency. During this time, he collaborated also with RaiTre in Mediterraneo TV program, like cameramen and for Saga Film România like As Producer and translator in the Documentary Who Am I and Saint Andrei. He is the winner of several photo competition in Albania and also in international area, such as the photo exposition in Milan, Italy in April 2014 (meanwhile, another second prize in a national photo competition) and the first great prize given by Martin Parr in April 13th, 2012... During two seasons (12x 2) he was the moderator TV for the entertainment TV emission What you offer, produced by Albanian Radio Television. By January 2017 he work like Multimedia Director at Konica.al media portal and meanwhile collaborator with Arte Tv during April - June 2017 sessions (Karl Hoffmann and Philipp Grull) as As producer and fixer, and also at the end of August 2017 for Radio Swiss International with the journalist Matteo Tacconi (As producer and fixer)... He also is a Official Guide (traveler) and actor in 16th TV advertising media, and several roles in movies, by 1999.
As producer and fixer of Arte tv /Ard in Drogenmafia in Albanien between two sessions in April and June 2017
Materials for children's an album within 30 pictures of mine, in a CD, produced by National Centre of Folk Activities of Albania in collaboration with Ministry of Tourism
First prize given by Martin Parr in Photo Competition "Capture Albania", April 13,2012
One of the oldest investigative works, made for IWPR in many languages