Alice Driver


In 2021, Driver worked on the photo book Red Flag, the fruit of the 2021 FotoEvidence Book Award with WorldPress Photo. The book looks at the impact of the COVID-pandemic in Latin America. Jon Lee Anderson wrote the introduction, Driver wrote the text for the book, and Marcela Turati wrote the epilogue. In 2019, Driver worked with Chinese neorealist painter Liu Xiaodong and his documentary team along theUS-Mexico border and with  National Geographic photographer John Stanmeyer on a global migration project. In 2018, she covered the migrant caravan that moved through Mexico for Time Magazine with Magnum photographer Jerome Sessini. In 2017, the Nobel Women's Initiative invited Driver to join Nobel Laureates Jody Williams, Shirin Ebadi, Tawakkol Karman, and Rigoberta Menchú on a trip to Guatemala and Honduras to highlight the work of human rights activists in indigenous communities. 

Grants & Trainings

Driver is the recipient of grants, fellowships, and funding from The National Geographic Society, the Pulitzer Center, the Economic Hardship Reporting Project, the International Women's Media Foundation, the Overseas Press Club, Foreign Policy Interrupted, and Images and Voices of Hope. She is certified in Hostile Environment and First Aid Training (HEFAT).

2020 Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues (RISC), Medellín, Colombia

2017 Hostile Environment and First Aid Training (HEFAT), Oxford, England

2017 Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues (RISC) in New York City,USA

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