Daniel Carde

Daniel Carde is an American freelance photojournalist based in Beirut, Lebanon.

He is native of Salt Lake City, Utah and has worked across the US, in Iraq, Cambodia and Ukraine to photograph the human condition. He is concerned with wars and conflicts and the effects they have on civilian populations.

He has documented landmine survivors and efforts to clear landmines, weapons of war that continue to injure and kill people decades after the war has ended.

He has photographed oppressed religious minorities in places experiencing war, refugees and internally displaced people, as well ongoing wars and the civilian populations affected by the conflict.

Daniel Carde

Descrizioni delle foto

1 – A Child’s War Effort. Volunteer Lilya Popovich poses for a picture holding a drawing an eight year old child drew to give to Ukrainian service members at the Palace of Arts in Lviv, “Together we are so strong,” is written on the picture.
Lo sforzo bellico di un bambino. La volontaria Lilya Popovich si lascia fotografare, al Palazzo delle Arti di Leopoli, con in mano un disegno che un bambino di otto anni ha realizzato, per regalarlo ai membri del servizio ucraino. “Insieme siamo così forti”, è scritto sul disegno.
Ukraine on March 7, 2022

2 – Danger Landmines. A cow is tied in place on a field near landmine remover Hoshyar Ali’s home in Biyawele Village near Halabja, Iraqi Kurdistan on July 8, 2021. Though the field is landmine free, Ali uses the warning sign to indicate he has explosives on his property.
Pericolo mine antiuomo. Una mucca è legata in un campo vicino alla casa dell’addetto alla rimozione delle mine Hoshyar Ali nel villaggio di Biyawele vicino ad Halabja. Sebbene il campo sia privo di mine, Ali usa il segnale di avvertimento per indicare che ha esplosivi nella sua proprietà.
Kurdistan iracheno, 8 luglio 2021

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