Andrea DiCenzo (b. 1985) is an American photojournalist whose work focuses on armed conflict and humanitarian crises throughout the Middle East. 

Over the past five years, much of her work has focused on the war with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, as well as Iraq’s legacy with armed conflict. This includes photographing the Islamic State’s weapons trafficking and production factories for WIRED Magazine, documenting the investigation into casualties from US-led coalition strikes in Raqqa, Syria for Amnesty International, and reporting on the tens of thousands of children who lost their parents under the Islamic State or the battle against it for The New York Times. When not in Iraq, DiCenzo has been working on a series of articles around women’s issues in Japan for The New York Times. 

DiCenzo is currently National Geographic Society Explorer working on a story in Baghdad. 

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.

DiCenzo is Hostile Environment and First Aid Training (HEFAT) and RISC certified.

She is based in Athens, Greece. 


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)


To get in touch email: andrea.dicenzo@gmail.com