Zahra, Victims of War, 2016
Hayat- Victims of War, 2014
BriefCASE is a selection of limited editioned photographs by CASE photographers. Chosen images are only available for purchase through CASE in the size designated, with 50% of the proceeds donated to an organization chosen by the artist, 25% going back to the photographer, and 25% going to CASE for production and operational expenses.
Muhammed Muheisen [b. 1981, Jerusalem, Israel] is a world-renowned photographer, who is a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner, National Geographic Photographer, founder of the Everyday Refugees Foundation, Global Ambassador for Jordan Tourism Board, Royal Jordanian Airlines, and Canon. His work focuses on children and the joys they find in some of the harshest conditions in refugee camps. Regardless of circumstances, children still retain hope, which can be seen in how they play and laugh. Two of these children include 7-year-old Syrian Zahra Mahmoud from Deir ez-Zor, who posed for a picture at an informal tented settlement near the Syrian border on the outskirts of Mafraq, Jordan; and 8-year-old Afghan Hayat Khan, who posed for a picture while playing with other children in a slum on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan.
Proceeds donated to Everyday Refugees Foundation. It’s missions it to document, help, educate and empower refugees and internally displaced people by war, poverty, discrimination and natural disasters.