Andrea Star Reese is documentary photographer based in New York and Jakarta. Ms. Reese received The Lucie Award-Deeper Perspective Photographer of the Year in 2016, the 2014 David Pike Award for Excellence in Journalism Photography, Best Social Documentary from the 2009 New York Photo Festival, and was a finalist for the 2011 POYI, World Understanding Award. Other recognitions include: International Photography Award, and a Julia Margaret Cameron Award to mention a few. Most recently Reese contributed to Innovation & Equality, a photography series and exhibition by United Nations Development Programme 2017, and The First One Hundred Days, an International Center of Photography Museum. window projection. Other exhibitions include: Visa Pour L’Image Perpignan, Musee de L’Elysee, and Angkor Photo Festival in 2013. Another project, titled, Urban Cave, a documentary on unsheltered men and women living underground in New York City was published in 2015 by FotoEvidence. She has been published around the world including credits to: CNN, Time, Huffington Post, The Guardian, BBC News Alerts, AlJazeera, New York Times Lens Blog, and many others. 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.