Jonathan Alpeyrie
Jonathan Alpeyrie

Alpeyrie has worked as a freelancer for various publications and websites, such as The Sunday Times, Vanity Fair, Le Figaro Magazine, ELLE, American Photo, Glamour, Aftenposten, Le Monde, BBC, and most recently reporting often on Bloomberg.

BIOGRAPHY

Jonathan Alpeyrie’s career spans over a decade and has covered 14 conflict zone assignments, in the Middle East and North Africa, the South Caucasus, Europe, North America, and Central Asia. A future photography book about WWII. veterans with verve editions are in the works.

600 THOUSAND PEOPLE
Since the war started in Syria in late 2011, up to 600 thousand people, both civilian and military have died. No one really knows the exact number.
50 THOUSAND PEOPLE
More than 50 thousand Brazilians died due to violence in 2020, making it one of the world's most violent countries.
300 MILLION PEOPLE
From the start of the war in the fall of 2001 to its conclusion 20 years later, it is estimated that the US has spent 2.3 trillion dollars, roughly 300 million dollars per day.
7.2% NATIONAL TERRITORY
Since the war started in 2014, Ukraine has lost 7.2% of its national territory to the Russians.

Alpeyrie has been published in magazines such as Bloomberg, Paris Match, Aftenposten, Times (Europe), Newsweek, Wine Spectator, Boston Globe, Glamour, BBC, VSD, Le Monde, Popular Photography, Vanity Fair, La Stampa, CNN, and Bild Zeit, ELLE Magazine, Der Speigel, Le Figaro, Marie Clair, The Guardian, The Atlantic.

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MEDIUM FORMAT 20 in X 28 in
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A war photographer’s true story of captivity and survival in Syria...
On April 29, 2013, photojournalist Jonathan Alpeyrie became a pawn in the violence of the Syrian Civil War. His local “fixer” betrayed him to a group of Syrian rebels who held him hostage,, beat and tortured him for 81 days.
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BY JONATHAN ALPEYRIE
TO BENEFIT ARMENIA
50% of the sales will go towards Spidak Sevane an organization in Armenia that brings education and material to children in Armenia.