Zohreh Saberi, was born in Iran, has begun to photograph since 2011 and been working in semi-official Mehr News Agency since 2012 till 2015 and since 2016 as freelancer.
My main concern is children and women; those who pass their life in unsuitable and unfair situation; those who encountered with bad events for any reason; those who don’t have good condition from the outset of their life and ultimately those who need society help and company them. My main focus concentrates on negative effects of cultural and economic situation over life of children and women, those who possess the lowest human rights and can’t live in normal situation like others, due to poverty, racism or social inequality. She has received place in world press photo contest and also in 12th Days Japan international award, as well as being one of 10 finalists in Luganophotodays and Px3 Paris in 2016. In addition she has participated in Iran Independent Award for Social Documentary photography (Sheed Award) in 2015, and is nominated; in this regards, her works have been displayed in a group documentary exhibition in Iran. The Camouflage-Honorable Mention TOKYO-2016-http://tokyofotoawards.jp - Editorial-Conflict.