Nadia Bseiso is a Jordanian documentary photographer based in Amman, Jordan.
“I’m always led by my own curiousity and that keeps on changing. I do not have one favorite place.
I do know that when I research for my projects and find small details or references written by historians or ancient travelers in our region, I’m fixated to go find them. This becomes my number one focus. Sometimes I find what I’m looking for and sometimes they are not there anymore.”
Nadia completed a degree in photography from Florence, Italy in 2011, returning for a residency in Fondazione Fotografia in Modena, in 2015. She concentrates on long term projects, based on personal research in geopolitics, history, anthropology and environmental degradation. Selected as Time – Light Box female photographers to follow from around the world, March 2017. She is working with several local and international NGO’s since 2011. Clients include: Unicef, The New York Times, The Telegraph, Reuters, NPR, Zeit magazine, The Intercept, The Globe and Mail, U.S News and World Report, The Washington Post.
“With photography I try to conceptualize that into visuals. Feeding into my own imagination of what once was and what has now become. It’s all about the process and when I find something in that place I form a connection with it and it becomes one of my favorite places.“
We are more than happy that Nadia is part of our Storybook! If you want to see her amazing work, check her Instagram.