Instagram Take-Over #3: Natalie Naccache, Scenes from Beirut

Feb 8, 2016

For its third Instagram take-over, Carnegie Council hosts the work of Natalie Naccache (@natnacphotos). Her first post went live today, February 8, and will continue through February 14.

Naccache is a Lebanese-British photojournalist based between Beirut, Lebanon, and Dubai, UAE. She is represented by Getty Images Reportage. Having grown up with Lebanese parents in London, her work challenges preconceived ideas of the Middle East in modern day society. Natalie’s photographs have been published in The New York Times, Le Monde, Der Spiegel, la Repubblica, The Independent, Monocle, The Sunday Times Magazine, Christian Aid, Esquire, and Marie Claire, and has been exhibited internationally. She holds a BA in photojournalism from London College of Communication and a Diploma of Art Foundation from Camberwell College of Art.

Take-overs are scheduled for the first full week of each month. The lineup of talented photographers features a range of styles and a variety of locations around the world, from South Africa to Cambodia, from India to Spain, and much more. So be sure to check it out each month:

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