with Alison Stieven-Taylor
Born to Lebanese parents, photojournalist Natalie Naccache grew up in London and after studying fine art and then photography, she relocated to Beirut where she is now based. I spoke to her in January via Skype about three of her photo essays that caught my eye – No Madam, Glamorous Lebanese Weddings and Kteer Jeune (Very Young) – powerful essays that could be the work of a much more experienced photojournalist. Talented, insightful and intelligent, Natalie is firmly on my list of photographers to watch in coming years. (Please click on the Feature Articles link at the top of the blog to read the full interview).
|Glamorous Lebanese Weddings|
|Kteer Jeune (Very Young)|
All images (C) Natalie Naccache