Farah Nosh

Photographer and an instructor with the Global Reporting Program, working on new project about dying languages

Farah’s work is known for its quiet intimacy. Her long-term projects have focused primarily on the war’s impact on Iraqis, and the last speakers of highly threatened languages. The award-winning photographer has worked on assignment in Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Syria, the West Bank, Gaza, and Egypt. Her work appeared in leading international publications including The New York Times and TIME. Nosh appeared on CNN’s Inside the Middle East segment entitled “Someone You Should Know,” which features personalities making an impact in the region. She currently lives in Vancouver with her family.