최전방의 시간을 찍는 여자 usual



종군 여기자 *린지 아다리오(Lynsey Addario)


전 세계의 분쟁지역을 누비는 여성 종군사진기자. 1973년 미국 코네티컷에서 태어났다. 1995년 위스콘신매디슨대학교에서 국제관계학을 공부하고, 1996년 〈부에노스아이레스 헤럴드〉를 시작으로 〈AP통신〉 〈뉴욕 타임스〉 〈내셔널 지오그래픽〉 〈타임〉 등 여러 매체와 일했다. 전쟁지역의 여성 인권에 대해 취재하겠다고 마음먹은 아다리오는 2000년 이후 세 차례에 걸쳐 아프가니스탄을 방문하며 탈레반 치하에서 억압받는 여성들의 삶을 기록한다. 9?11테러 이후에도 이라크, 수단, 리비아, 시리아, 소말리아, 콩고 등에서 동시대의 분쟁과 인도주의적 위기현장을 취재했다. 2009년에는 〈뉴욕 타임스〉 취재팀과 함께 작업한 〈탈레바니스탄〉 시리즈로 국제보도 부문 퓰리처상을 수상했으며 ‘맥아더 펠로십’에 선정되어 50만 달러를 지원받아 미국의 명실상부한 종군사진기자로 자리하게 된다. 2010년에는 ‘오프라 윈프리가 선정한 여성 20인’에 이름을 올렸고, 2015년에는 엘 문도(El Mundo) 저널리즘상과 미국국제언론인센터(ICFJ)에서 수여하는 국제보도 부문 최우수상을 수상했다. 또한 2016년에는 시리아, 우크라이나, 남수단의 전쟁으로 삶의 터전을 잃은 세 어린이들의 기록을 담은 〈난민(The Displaced)〉 시리즈로, 2018년에는 시리아 난민문제를 다룬 〈집을 찾아서(Finding Home)〉 시리즈로 에미상 후보에 올랐다.

종군사진기자가 된 이래로 그녀는 수많은 나라에서 사고를 당하며 목숨을 잃을 뻔했고, 함께 일하던 동료와 군인, 민간인들의 죽음을 지켜볼 수밖에 없었다. 그럼에도 그녀는 자신의 일을 묵묵히 계속해나갔고, 이 기록을 묶어 『최전방의 시간을 찍는 여자』와 사진집 『전쟁과 사랑에 대하여(Of Love & War)』를 출간했다. 종군사진기자의 새 역사를 써나가고 있는 아다리오는 이후로도 영아사망, 청소년범죄, 미성년자 성폭행, 영양실조, 아프리카의 교육 등 여러 인권문제를 카메라에 담아내며, 사진으로 세상을 바꿔나가기 위해 힘쓰고 있다.

출처; http://www.yes24.com/24/AuthorFile/Author/309438






Powerful photos of Love And War By Lynsey Addario

Lynsey Addario
Lynsey Addario is a photojournalist based in London, where she works for National Geographic, the New York Times, the New York Times Magazine, Fortune, and other publications. She was born on November 13, 1973, in Norwalk, Connecticut.

Addario graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Madison in 1995 with a B.A. degree in international relations. With no professional photography training, she began photographing in 1996 for the Buenos Aires Herald in Argentina, where she worked for one year before returning to her home base in New York. In 1997, she began freelancing for the Associated Press, where she was a regular contributor for three years. While in New York, she completed several overseas projects, including traveling to Havana to work on a series of photo essays about the influence of capitalism on young Cubans. She returned to Cuba the following year for Pope John Paul II's visit and every year thereafter until 2002, documenting life under one of the last communist regimes.

In January 2000, she moved to New Delhi, where she was based for eight months, covering India, Afghanistan under Taliban rule, Pakistan, and Nepal for the Associated Press, the Boston Globe, and the Houston Chronicle. In April 2001, Addario moved to Mexico City, where she worked primarily for the New York Times while continuing to photograph a steady stream of international features outside the country. After the events of September 11, 2001, she returned to South Asia, where she covered the war in Afghanistan and the resulting women's education issues there.

Addario moved to Istanbul to cover the Middle East in January 2003. The following month, she traveled to northern and central Iraq, where she spent almost seven months covering the war for several magazines. She continued her Iraq coverage for the New York Times until early 2005 while simultaneously covering the ongoing conflict in Darfur. Since 2004, she has traveled to the troubled area several times, maneuvering around the Sudanese refugee camps in Chad and through burned-out, abandoned villages in Darfur, where she documented internally displaced people and rebel groups. In 2004, she also extended her coverage of the Middle East to women's issues in Saudi Arabia, while shooting other features in Turkey, Libya, South Africa, and Lebanon.

She recently completed a series on infant mortality, juvenile justice, sexual assault of minors, malnutrition, and education in countries across Africa for the New York Times.

Addario has won a number of awards, including a 1999 Award of Excellence from Pictures of the Year. In March 2002, Photo District News magazine named her one of the 30 best emerging photographers in the world. That year, the International Center of Photography presented her with the Infinity Award as Young Photographer of the Year.

Her photo essays and single images from Iraq, Mexico, and Pakistan have been featured in the American Photo Annual "Best Of" editions in 2003, 2004, and 2005. Her work earned her a coveted place in a World Press Master Class in Amsterdam. And in 2005, she was honored as a Fuji Young Photographer in Perpignan, France. Addario is also a recipient of the Soros Foundation Grant.

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