Lynsey Addario

Lynsey Addario (born November 13, 1973) is an American photojournalist.wikipedia
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Staples High School

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She graduated from Staples High School, in Westport, Connecticut in 1991 and from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1995.

Anthony Shadid

The New York Times reported on March 18, 2011 that Libya had agreed to free her and three colleagues: Anthony Shadid, Stephen Farrell and Tyler Hicks.
On March 18, 2011, The New York Times reported that Libya agreed to free him and three colleagues: Stephen Farrell, Lynsey Addario and Tyler Hicks.

Tyler Hicks

The New York Times reported on March 18, 2011 that Libya had agreed to free her and three colleagues: Anthony Shadid, Stephen Farrell and Tyler Hicks.
The New York Times reported on March 18, 2011 that Libya had agreed to free Hicks, Anthony Shadid, Lynsey Addario and Stephen Farrell.

Stephen Farrell (journalist)

Stephen Farrell
The New York Times reported on March 18, 2011 that Libya had agreed to free her and three colleagues: Anthony Shadid, Stephen Farrell and Tyler Hicks.
The New York Times reported on 18 March 2011 that Libya had agreed to free him and three colleagues: Anthony Shadid, Lynsey Addario and Tyler Hicks.

Westport, Connecticut

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She graduated from Staples High School, in Westport, Connecticut in 1991 and from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1995. Lynsey Addario was born and raised in Westport, Connecticut to parents Camille and Phillip Addario, both Italian-American hairdressers.

Bates College

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[4] She also holds two Honorary Doctorate Degrees, one from the University Of Wisconsin-Madison in Humanities, and another from Bates College in Maine.

Buenos Aires Herald

Addario began photographing professionally with Buenos Aires Herald in Argentina in 1996 with, as she says, "no previous photographic training”. In the late 1990’s, she moved back to the United States and freelanced for the Associated Press in New York City, only to move back to South America less than one year later. Focusing on Cuba and the effect of communism on the public, Addario made a name for herself. She moved to India a few years later to photograph under the Associated Press, leaving the United States.

Argentina

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Addario began photographing professionally with Buenos Aires Herald in Argentina in 1996 with, as she says, "no previous photographic training”. In the late 1990’s, she moved back to the United States and freelanced for the Associated Press in New York City, only to move back to South America less than one year later. Focusing on Cuba and the effect of communism on the public, Addario made a name for herself. She moved to India a few years later to photograph under the Associated Press, leaving the United States.

Associated Press

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Addario began photographing professionally with Buenos Aires Herald in Argentina in 1996 with, as she says, "no previous photographic training”. In the late 1990’s, she moved back to the United States and freelanced for the Associated Press in New York City, only to move back to South America less than one year later. Focusing on Cuba and the effect of communism on the public, Addario made a name for herself. She moved to India a few years later to photograph under the Associated Press, leaving the United States.

World Trade Center (2001–present)

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After the attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001, Addario resolved to photograph Afghanistan and Pakistan under the Taliban.

Taliban

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After the attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001, Addario resolved to photograph Afghanistan and Pakistan under the Taliban.

The New York Times

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While in Pakistan, Addario was given her big break and put on rotation for The New York Times. She has photographed for The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, Time, Newsweek, and National Geographic.

Iraq

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She has since covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Darfur, Republic of the Congo, and Haiti.

Darfur

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She has since covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Darfur, Republic of the Congo, and Haiti.

Republic of the Congo

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She has since covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Darfur, Republic of the Congo, and Haiti.

Haiti

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She has since covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Darfur, Republic of the Congo, and Haiti.

Middle East

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She has covered stories throughout the Middle East and Africa.

Africa

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She has covered stories throughout the Middle East and Africa.

The New York Times Magazine

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She has photographed for The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, Time, Newsweek, and National Geographic.

Time (magazine)

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She has photographed for The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, Time, Newsweek, and National Geographic.

Newsweek

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She has photographed for The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, Time, Newsweek, and National Geographic.

National Geographic

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She has photographed for The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, Time, Newsweek, and National Geographic.

Pakistan

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In Pakistan on May 9, 2009, Addario was involved in an automobile accident while returning to Islamabad from an assignment at a refugee camp.