Alexia Webster is a South African freelance photographer born in Johannesburg.
She has traveled widely through the African continent as a documentary photographer.
Her work has been published in numerous publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, The Washington Post, The Financial Times Magazine, Wired Magazine, Wall Street Journal, The Observer Magazine, Le Monde, the San Francisco Chronicle, CNN, the Sunday Telegraph, The Age Australia, the Sydney Morning Herald, Marie Claire and SonntagsZeitung Switzerland.
Awards, Grants and Fellowships-
International Womens Media Foundation Fellow Tijuana, Mexico- 2017
International Womens Media Foundation Fellow South Sudan- 2016
Artraker Award for Art in Conflict- 2013
Prince Claus Fund: Grant Recipent- 2013
Ithuba Arts Fund: Grant Recipient- 2013
POPCAP‘13 Piclet.org Prize for Contemporary African Photography- 2013
Bonani Africa Photo Festival: Honorable Mention- 2010
In 2007 she received the Frank Arisman Scholarship at the International Center of Photography in New York City where she completed the program in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism.
Alexia has also worked in the film industry as an editor, camera person and director of documentary films and music videos.
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