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Charlotte Kesl is an independent documentary photographer based in North Central Florida. She is available for editorial and nonprofit assignments throughout the Southeastern United States and worldwide. She is a member of Women Photograph & National Press Photographers Association.
Select clients include:
The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Atlantic, U.S. News & World Report, ProPublica, The Globe and Mail, Backpacker, stern, USA Today, Cosmopolitan.com, Weather.com, Airbnb Citizen, Kiwanis International, The World Bank, Peace Brigades International, Marie Stopes International, University of Florida Health, & O, Miami Poetry Festival
Charlotte has worked for humanitarian organizations in post-conflict countries focusing on public health, girl education and women's issues. In 2014, she helped launch Project Cordillera, a sustainable adventure tourism company in South America. She organizes and instructs photo workshops with high school students, veterans and immigrants in Florida.
Charlotte has a Masters degree in Media, Communication and Development from the London School of Economics (UK) and a Bachelors of Arts from American University (Washington, D.C.).