Alice Aedy is a 24 year-old documentary photographer and film-maker published in The Times, Vice, The Guardian, Huck Magazine, Suitcase Magazine, Al Jazeera, Monocle, Smith Journal, BBC and more. Alice graduated with a degree in History and Politics from LSE in 2015 and spent much of 2016/17 on the front-lines of the European refugee crisis, reporting from inside refugee camps in Greece, Serbia and France. Her focus is on migration, women’s rights and environmental issues, with recent assignments to Iran, Somaliland to cover the drought and Kiribati to document rising sea levels.
The Guardian has featured a profile of Alice’s work and her image of a young Syrian refugee in a military-run refugee camp in Greece appeared on the publication’s front-page. She also produced a documentary on migrants in Serbia for The Guardian.
Alice recently began an MA in documentary film-making at UCL. Her work has been exhibited in London including at Somerset House. This year Alice featured on The Sunday Times Alternative Rich List.
Al Jazeera, Syrians build new lives in post-conflict Abkhazia, October 2017
Suitcase Magazine, The Many Faces of Iran, October 2017
The Guardian, Moments in Migration, August 2017
BBC, Refugee Picture Exhibition to Open in London, August 2017
The Guardian, Migration crisis: plight of people stuck in Serbia's 'new Calais' laid bare, February 2017
The Guardian, 'No one chooses to be a refugee': pictures from a Greek crisis, December 2016
The Guardian, Help Refugees: 'We will never abandon them', December 2016
Vice, Photos of What Remains at a Forgotten Refugee Camp, November 2016