Muhammed Muheisen is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, a National Geographic photographer, the founder of Everyday Refugees Foundation, a Global Ambassador for Jordan Tourism Board, Royal Jordanian Airlines, and Canon.
Muheisen is a Jordanian national who was born in Jerusalem in 1981, and graduated with a B.A. degree in journalism and political science. Since 2001 he has documented major events around the world, including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the funeral of late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, the U.S.-led war in Iraq, the capture of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, the Yemeni revolution, the Syrian civil war, the funeral procession of the late President Nelson Mandela, as well as events in Saudi Arabia, China, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Egypt, Jordan, France, Greece, Germany, Croatia, Austria, New York, the Netherlands, Serbia, South Africa and Uzbekistan. For over a decade he has been documenting the refugee crisis across the Middle East, Asia and Europe. He is a member of National Geographic Image Collection.
Muheisen has received numerous international awards, including UNICEF Picture of the Year and TIME Magazine’s Best Wire Photographer, among others.
Read more about him and his work at https://muhammedmuheisen.com.