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Anastasia Taylor-Lind was born on 1981 in Swindon. Discover Anastasia Taylor-Lind's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?

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2019

She published her second monograph, The Devil’s Horsemen, in September 2018.

A wide variety of organizations have recognized and supported her projects through awards such as the POYi, Sony World Photography Awards, Royal Photographic Society Bursaries and the FNAC Grant at Visa Pour L’Image.

In 2019 Taylor-Lind documented New York City's childcare crisis for TIME magazine. An exhibition of the work will be shown as one of Fotografiska's inaugural exhibitions opening in 2020.

2016

In 2016, Taylor-Lind served on the World Press Photo Jury.

2014

Taylor-Lind has been engaged with education, teaching at leading universities around the world. She is a TED fellow and gave a talk at the 2014 TED conference in Rio De Janeiro. Taylor-Lind is also Harvard Nieman Fellow 2016, where she spent a year researching war, and how we tell stories about modern conflict. She is also a Logan Fellow 2017 at The Carey Institute for Global Good.

2013

Her first book MAIDAN – Portraits from the Black Square, which documents the 2014 Ukrainian uprising in Kiev, was published by GOST books the same year, reviewed in The British Journal of Photography and The Guardian. The Guardian's Sean O'Hagan wrote of the book

"Maidan – Portraits from the Black Square is a powerfully concentrated statement, both about the nature and cost of violent protest. It eschews the familiar route of visceral, on-the-ground reportage for something more restrained and considered. You look into the faces of these ordinary people and you cannot help but wonder what it took to bring them to this point and what has happened to them since."

1981

Anastasia Taylor-Lind (born 1981) is an English/Swedish photojournalist. She works for leading editorial publications globally on issues relating to women, population and war. She has lived in Damascus, Beirut, Kiev and New York City and is now based in London.

Taylor-Lind was born in Swindon in 1981. and completed degrees in Documentary Photography from the University of Wales Newport (BA) and the London College of Communication (MA). In 2004 whilst studying for her degree she spent a month in Iraqi Kurdistan photographing female Peshmerga fighters, the Peshmerga Force for Women.