Astrid Dill is a German photographer, born in 1983. She currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. In 2010 she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Applied Sciences, Munich (Germany). In 2013 she got selected for the Noorderlicht Master Class in Groningen, Netherlands. Since 2008 she is working as a freelancer, pursuing personal projects to document consequences of poverty and social discrimination for individuals, especially in the East African Region. This includes the works “I'm still with you” (2010) - Memory Books in Uganda, “Breakdance Project Uganda” (since 2010), “In our minds, we were already in Germany” (2011) - stories of immigration, “The Absence of Color” (2012) – albinism in Uganda. In March 2014 she started her ongoing work “Null and void”, following up LGBTI people in Uganda, who are affected by the discriminatory Anti-homosexuality law of the country.