Barbara Grover, Photographer / Documentarian
Barbara Grover is a photojournalist with a passion for distilling complex issues into compelling human narratives that spark social change. Since winning the prestigious Ernst Haas award for her images of the 1992 Los Angeles riots, Barbara has traveled to more than 40 countries to give a face and a voice to marginalized communities such as the homeless, refugees, and children of war. Barbara’s work has appeared internationally in various print and online publications, and she has exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the US. Her multimedia piece, “The Women of Iridimi,” was presented before the United Nations High Commission of Refugees and at the Humanitarian Symposium in Geneva in 2008.
In 2006, her series of life-size photographic canvases and first person narratives, “This Land to Me – Some Call it Palestine, Others Israel” was selected for exhibition at the international biennial, FotoFest.
Learn more about Barbara and her work at barbaragrover.com.