Eman Mohammed is a Palestinian refugee, born in Saudi Arabia, and educated in Gaza City, Palestine. She began her career as a photographer in 2006 at the age of nineteen, and is the only female Palestinian photojournalist working in Gaza today. Her work focuses on the recurring conflict between Israel and Palestine, and women’s issues in the face of war’s aftermath. She has been published in the Guardian, Le Monde, Washington Post, Geo, Mother Jones, and Haaretz, and has exhibited in New York, Dublin, Montreal and The Hague, and collected by the British Museum, among other institutions. Mohammed’s many awards include a 2014 TED Award, the 2014 Chris Hondros Fellowship and the 2009 Special Prize Carmignac Gestion.