Andrea DiCenzo (b. 1985) is an American photojournalist currently based in Athens, Greece.

After graduating with a Masters in Photography from the London College of Communication, DiCenzo has focused on armed conflict and humanitarian crises throughout the Middle East, most notably the war with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. DiCenzo was based in Erbil, northern Iraq from 2015-2017 covering the ongoing war with the Islamic State.  

Clients include: The New York Times, Marie ClaireWIRED, The Wall Street Journal, Buzzfeed News, The New Yorker, Le Figaro Magazine, M Le Magazine du Monde, La Presse, The Telegraph Magazine, BBC, UNHCR, Amnesty International, Deutsche Presse-Agentu (dpa) and others.

In 2016, DiCenzo worked as a stringer for European Press Agency (EPA) in Iraq and then Deutsche Presse-Agentur during the Mosul offensive in 2017.

She is HEFAT and RISC certified. 


2019, American Photography 35, AI-AP

2019, Photo District News, Emerging 30 Photographers

2018, Flash Forward 2018 TOP 100

2019, Eddie Adams XXX, Workshop

2017, American Photography 33, AI-AP

2015, Prix Pictet/Disorder (book)


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