Amine Machitouen

Photographer @ APJD/Diversify / Based in Tangier

Amine Machitouen (b. 1992, Morocco) is a documentary photographer living in Tangier, Morocco. Amine is primarily interested in cultural identity, the aftermath of conflict and disaster, and questions of race and coloniality. He is... read on
Focus: Photographer, Photojournalist, Writer, Documentary, Photography, Portraiture, Culture, Humanitarian, Teacher, Photo Shoots, Translator, Digital Journalism, International Stories
Skills: Research, Translator, Photo Editing, Photojournalism, Film Photography
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Focused on Photographer, Photojournalist, Writer, Documentary, Photography, Portraiture, Culture, Humanitarian, Teacher, Photo Shoots, Translator, Digital Journalism, International Stories
Skilled at Research, Translator, Photo Editing, Photojournalism, Film Photography
Coverage Regions: Africa Europe
Languages Spoken: English, Arabic, French, Spanish, Berber.
Amine Machitouen (b. 1992, Morocco) is a documentary photographer living in Tangier, Morocco. Amine is primarily interested in cultural identity, the aftermath of conflict and disaster, and questions of race and coloniality. He is currently in the final steps of his M.A. in British and North American Cultural Studies, where he writes on “photographing atrocities”. His academic research is mainly interested in the relationship between photography and language.

He is a member of the African Photojournalism Database, a joint project of the World Press Photo Foundation and Everyday Africa. At the same time, he is on Diversify’s “Up Next”.