Rosie-Lyse Thompson is a multimedia journalist based in Amman, Jordan and travels throughout the Middle East. She has professional experience in both field and news production and has spent the past five years in the Middle East covering stories focused on the humanitarian and security fallout of the conflict in Syria. Her work has been published on various international media outlets, including Al Jazeera English, AJ+, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Associated Press, Channel News Asia, VICE, The Guardian, BuzzFeed, Sky Arabia, and BBC Arabic. Rosie speaks Levantine Arabic at an advanced level and in 2012 graduated top of her year with a first class distinction in MA Television Journalism from Goldsmiths College, the University of London. She is a recent Rory Peck fellow and holds an up-to-date Surviving Hostile Regions and Emergency First Aid certificate. She shoots on a Canon C100 Mark II and a Canon 5D Mark III and edits on Premier Pro and Photoshop.
Channel News Asia - Jordan’s rehab centres offer hope to disabled Syrian refugee children
AP MIDDLE EAST EXTRA, JORDAN, ZATAARI GARDENS
AJ+: Who's A She Fighter?
AJ+: International Women's Day – Refugee Role Models