The Team

We are a multidisciplinary international-Palestinian team from various backgrounds engaged in social, environmental, animal and political issues who believe in an intersectional approach to activism and in the power of media to raise awareness.

Anne Paq (France) is an award-winning photographer and videographer with a background in international human rights law. She has lived and worked in Palestine for over a decade and has been a member of Activestills photo collective since 2006. In 2017 she won the “International Photographer of the Year” award for her web-documentary “Obliterated Families”, about the families in Gaza shattered by the 2014 military offensive. She is currently co-directing her first mid-length documentary called Not Just Your Picture, due to be released in 2020.

Craig Redmond (UK) has been active in social justice issues, primarily animal rights, for 30 years, as a campaigner, researcher and investigator. Following a degree in Photojournalism he now works as a freelance photographer, videographer and editor with grassroots organisations. He first visited Palestine in 2015 to document the work of the Palestinian Animal League.

Sandra Guimarães (Brazil) is a writer, animal and human rights activist and vegan chef. She writes about animal rights, social issues, feminism and Palestine, where she lived for several years. She is currently writing a book about the need to connect veganism to the fight for land reform and against injustice and social inequality in the Brazilian context.

Ahmad Al-Bazz (Palestine) is a multi-award winning journalist, photographer and documentary filmmaker based in the West Bank city of Nablus. He graduated from the University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom in 2018 after completing an MA program in Television Studies. In 2014, he graduated from An-Najah National University in Palestine with a BA degree in Media and Mass Communication; both with an academic excellence. He has been a member of the Activestills photo collective since 2012. Between 2015 and 2017, Ahmad served as a cameraman and video-editor for the largest Palestinian news agency; Palmedia.