Nadia is a photojournalist who specializes in documenting humanitarian issues, relief efforts and development work.
Her most recent project focuses on Haiti, in particular the experience of girls following the earthquake. She is working alongside the Haiti Adolescent Girl Network, an ad-hoc network of International NGO's, National NGO's and local women's groups and camp committees working to empower Haiti’s most vulnerable girls. Her most recent work has been used by Americares, AMURTEL, BRAC, Clinton Global Initiative, Human Rights Watch, Parnters in Health, Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF), Solar World, The Abundance Foundation, World Pulse and other organizations.
Her interest in photography grew out of her desire to witness and document humanitarian issues and to give a voice and a face to the countless individuals in her images whose stories deserve to be heard and seen. Her work has taken her throughout East, North and Southern Africa, the Middle East and parts of Southeast Asia and South America.
Nadia was born in London. She grew up in Boston, Massachusetts and received a BA in Photography from Bennington College. She speaks English and French.