Fellows & Editors

 

Cheryl Hatch

Trip:
Fellows Fall 1999
Affiliation:
Freelance Photo
Country:
Eritrea
Year:
1999

Cheryl Hatch is a photojournalist and documentary photographer with extensive international experience. She worked for five years based in Cairo covering the Middle East and Africa, photographing for Reuters, the Associated Press and later did magazine work through Sipa Press and Albatross Press Agency. Her work has been published in TIME, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report, Paris Match, L'Express and other publications. After returning from Africa, she founded a Photography project entitled "Brave New Vision" at a residential treatment center in Oregon for teenage victims of abuse. She has also worked at several U.S. newspapers, including The Virginian Pilot, the Daily Breeze in Torrance, CA., the Naples Daily News and the Corvallis Gazette-Times. She has a BA in French and in Journalism from Oregon State University. She has also studied at the Universite de Poitiers in France and at Ohio University.

For more of Cheryl's work please visit: www.isisphotos.com

To follow Cheryl's latest updates from Alaska, visit her blog: http://north2thefuture.wordpress.com/

Post-IRP Stories

Stories

  • The Struggle Continues

    ERITREA -- During Eritrea's 30-year battle for independence from Ethiopia, from 1961 to 1991, Eritrean women fought next to men in the trenches and on the battlefield. Reporter and photographer Cheryl Hatch was on...

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