Andrea Star Reese (NPPA, NWU, IFP, Women Photograph) is a documentary photographer/photojournalist based in New York and Jakarta. She has been exhibited and published Internationally including writer/photo credits for Inside Indonesia_...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Documentary
Skills:Digital Printing, Color Correction, Color Printing, Photojournalism
Skilled at:Digital Printing, Color Correction, Color Printing, Photojournalism
Languages Spoken: English
Years of experience: More than 10
Andrea Star Reese (NPPA, NWU, IFP, Women Photograph) is a documentary photographer/photojournalist based in New York and Jakarta. She has been exhibited and published Internationally including writer/photo credits for Inside Indonesia_ "A Neurological Battleground" and Witness magazine; "Pasung:The Agony of Chains"; as well as photography credits for: Jakarta Post; the Jakarta Globe; Kompas; Republika ; the BBC; the Guardian; Al Jazeera; Time magazine; Vogue.it; Lightbox.time.com; New York Times Lens Blog; Media Indonesia; Lancet; psychologymatters.asia; Inside Indonesia; Huffington Post; Business Insider; Neue Zucher Zeitung; Le Monde; Liberation; Alternatives Internationales; Feature Shoot; Sunday Times Magazine; Paris Match; The Fader; Le Loop; Photo Magazine; Images Magazine; L’Itinerant; NPR; Fiasco; British Journal of Photography; Waterstone Review and others. Ms. Reese was a 2016 Lucie Award-Deeper Perspective Photographer of the Year recipient ; and received The 2016 Berlin Foto Biennale_Documentary Award: Best Portfolio on Human Rights; the 2016 Julia Margaret Cameron Award; 2014 David Pike Award for Excellence in Journalism Photography; and Best Social Documentary from the 2009 New York Photo Festival. Exhibitions include: CROSSING LINES, Photo Elysee 2022; The 2022 Festival Internationale Di Fotogiornalismo; A solo exhibition LIVING IN HELL at the Indonesian Parliament for World Mental Health Day in partnership with Human Rights Watch; Visa Pour L’Image Perpignan, 2010, 2013 and 2018; Musee de L’Elysee 2013; Angkor Photo Festival 2010, 2013 and 2018. The photobook Urban Cave, a documentary on unsheltered men and women living underground in New York City was published in 2015 by FotoEvidence. In 2016, Reese’s photographs from her series DISORDER an on-going reportage on men and women with real or perceived mental health condition living in Indonesia were used by Human Rights Watch in their 2016 report LIVING IN HELL and helped garner widespread attention to the practice of shackling. Other NGO, DSO credits include the 2018, 2019 and 2020 Human Rights Watch International Campaigns on Shackling; as well as reports for 2020 and 2021, Perhimpunan Jiwa Sehat-Indonesian Mental Health Association, and a 2017 United Nations Development Programme, INNOVATION & EQUALITY exhibition and report. Andrea Star Reese has co-directed three multimedia projects for Human Rights Watch and was the Originator, Producer, and Director of the Shanksville, PA story collection for the Voices of 911 part of Here is New York: A Democracy of Photographs.