Addario was the official photographer for the Nobel Peace Center's 10th peace prize exhibition, photographing 2014 winners Malala Yousefzai and Kailash Satyarthi for an exhibition at the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, Norway.Lynsey has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Mac Arthur Fellowship, or ‘Genius Grant’ 2009; Overseas Press Club's award for 'Best photographic reporting from abroad in magazines and books' for her series ‘Veiled Rebellion: Afghan Women’.She was part of the New York Times team to win the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting, for her photographs in ‘Talibanistan’. His two decades of work as an actor have encompassed a host of intense and transformative performances.
In 2000, Addario first traveled to Afghanistan under Taliban rule to document life and oppression under the Taliban, and has since covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, Darfur, and Congo.She photographs features and breaking news focused on humanitarian and human rights issues across the Middle East, South Asia, and Africa.In 2015, American Photo Magazine named Lynsey as one of five most influential photographers of the past 25 years, saying she changed the way we saw the world's conflicts.Lynsey’s recent bodies of work include an ongoing reportage on Syrian refugees for The New York Times, ISIS’ push into Iraq, the civil war in South Sudan, and African and Middle Eastern migrants arriving on Sicily's shores.This weekend, Pastor Jimmy Evans continues The Power of Prayer series with a message titled “How to Have a Daily, Dynamic Prayer Life” where he shares why we pray and how to pray using Jesus’ example.
This weekend, Pastor Mark Jobe continues The Power of Prayer series with a message titled “Detour to Your Dream” where he shares why it's important to praise God even when things aren't going your way.Lynsey began photographing professionally for the Buenos Aires Herald in Argentina in 1996 with no previous photographic training or studies.She eventually began freelancing for the AP in New York, before moving abroad to New Delhi, India to cover South Asia.In 2014, Lynsey was included as one of eleven renowned women photographers in the National Geographic Women of Vision exhibition and photography book. He is next starring in the DC Comics / Warner Bros film, Suicide Squad.Leto’s other performances have included his portrayals in Darren Aronofsky’s Requiem for a Dream; Steve James’ Prefontaine, as real-life athlete Steve Prefontaine; J. Schaefer’s Chapter 27; David Fincher’s Fight Club and Panic Room; Mary Harron’s American Psycho; Andrew Niccol’s Lord of War; Oliver Stone’s Alexander; Todd Robinson’s Lonely Hearts; James Mangold’s Girl, Interrupted; Terrence Malick’s The Thin Red Line; and Jaco Van Dormael’s Mr. He was honored with a Gotham Independent Film Award for his documentary feature Artifact, which he produced with Emma Ludbrook.Leto directed Artifact under the pseudonym Bartholomew Cubbins.