Anna Pantelia is a Greek photojournalist.
Her interest lies on humanitarian issues and social injustice.
Her photographs and interviews have been published on the major media organizations such as Newsweek, CNN, Al Jazeera, BBC, The Guardian, Vice News and more. She has worked in Europe, Turkey, South Sudan and Mozambique as a freelancer photographer with international NGOs such as Action Aid, Save the Children, CARE Int and has been official photographer of CERN between 2012-2014.
2019: Timothy Allen Photography Scholarship Award
2019: Tokyo International Photo Awards 2018 “Gold Winner in Environmental Story”
2018: International PhotogrΛphy grand – Nominee in Climate category
2018: Lugano Days – Finalist on the category Emerging Photographers
2018: Ariano Film Festival – Finalist in the photography competition
2017: Andrei Stenin Int Contest – Special prize “For humanitarian photography” by International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
2017: Andrei Stenin Int Contest – 3rd Place in Top News Category
2017: Athens Photo Festival – Selected for the Young Greek Photographers category
2016 : 30 Under 30 Women Photographers by Photo Boite
2015: 30 Under 30 Documentary Photographers by Magnum Photos
2015: Honourable Mention in Photojournalist category by Young Talents of Image 2015
2015: CBRE Urban Photographer of the Year competition [17:00 Hour Runner Up]
2014: The Guardian Student Media Awards [Shortlisted]
2019: Xposure 2019 (Timothy Allen Photography Scholarship Award) (UAE)
2019: Beirut Image Festival (LB)
2018 – Solo exhibition “The European Dream” in University of Stirling (UK)
2017- 2018 – “The Itinerary” (group exhibition) in Athens, Kings College, LSE, University of Cambridge (GR,UK)
2017 – “CERN” in Athens Photo Festival
2017 – Andrei Stenin International Photo Contest patrocinated by UNESCO (run in Moscow, Istanbul, Athens, Beirut, Budapest, Shanghai, Madrid, Warsaw, Cape Town,Johannesburg, Mexico, Beijing, etc.) (RUS)
2015 – The Photography Show and Magnum Photos “30 under 30 exhibition”
2013 – Part of “Large Hadron Collider exhibition” in London Science Museum