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Carsten Stormer

Carsten Stormer

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Manila / Philippinen

War and crisis reporting, social issues

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Born in 1973, Carsten Stormer began his free-lance career with the Phnom Penh Post. He studied journalism in Bremen and Chennai India (IIT) and was in the first graduating class of the Zeitenspiegel Reportageschule. He settled in Manila in 2008. Regular assignments include Focus, Playboy, Amnesty International Magazine, Cicero, and other major German dailies and weeklies. He has received media awards from the Red Cross and Kindernotfhilfe and one of his photos was nominated for UNICEF’s 2009 Photo of the Year.

Eine Stadt im Krieg

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Eine Stadt im Krieg

Erschienen in "Amnesty Journal", Juni 2013

Von Fotograf Carsten Stormer und Autor Carsten Stormer

Im Juli 2012 kam der Krieg nach Aleppo, und die Stadt im Norden Syriens wurde zum Schlachtfeld. Von der Euphorie, die den Aufstand gegen das Regime von Präsident al-Assad anfangs kennzeichnete, ist nicht mehr viel zu spüren. Die Menschen versuchen, irgendwie zu überleben. Der Journalist Carsten Stormer hat Aleppo in den vergangenen Monaten mehrmals besucht.

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For the love of the forest people

Erschienen in "Terra Mater", März 2013

Von Fotograf Carsten Stormer und Autor Carsten Stormer

Ian Singleton is fighting for the survival of orangutans on Sumatra. His opponents are powerful palm-oil plantation owners and stubborn ignorance. Very likely a mission: impossible.

Die sterbende Stadt

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The dying city

Erschienen in "The Germans", Nr. 3, März 2013

Von Fotograf Carsten Stormer und Autor Carsten Stormer

When the war came to Aleppo in July 2012, “liberated” neighborhoods became its front lines. Virtually nothing remains of the initial euphoria. The people of Aleppo are struggling to survive – and failing. Scenes from a traumatized city.

Operation Freedom

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Operation Freedom

Appeared in Amnesty Journal, 6-7/2012

Von Fotograf Carsten Stormer und Autor Carsten Stormer

Syrian refugees arriving in Lebanon tell of torture, executions and snipers. They have escaped the terror. That doesn’t mean they’re welcome.

The aid organization OFARIN in Afghanistan

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Literacy in Afghanistan

Erschienen in "Kontinente", 2/2012

Von Fotograf Uli Reinhardt und Autor Carsten Stormer

Kabul, Afghanistan. The aid organization Ofarin plans and organizes schooling for Afghan children and adults. Classes are held in mosques. Tuition is free.

Death and routine

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Death and routine

Appeared in Playboy, March 2012

Von Fotograf Carsten Stormer und Autor Carsten Stormer

A war consisting only of casualties: The U.S. Army’s helicopter medics are the final link in the chain of violence in Afghanistan. A visit to the body collectors of Camp Shank at the start of an aimless, pointless operation.