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As a Palestinian photojournalist living in the West Bank my daily work is very far from the quiet and fabulous nature that is seen in these pictures. Every week I spend hours covering protests, clashes, and the military operations of the Israeli occupying forces. In between I give myself some rest time, which I prefer to spend in hills and mountains around the trees and flowers, away from the usual places I work. Every year I try to take advantage of the spring season to ...Keep Reading »
Ahmad Al-Bazz has been a member of the Activestills Collective since 2012. He graduated from the Faculty for Media at Najah National University in Nablus. He specialized in TV and radio broadcasting and has been practicing photography since 2007.
His work focuses on the daily life of the Palestinian population under Israeli occupation in the Palestinian villages and cities in the Northern West Bank. His work has been shown in local exhibitions in the West Bank and Gaza and various international exhibitions across Europe, the United States, and the Middle East.