Daniel Carde is a photojournalist based in Beirut, Lebanon. His work has included covering landmine removal and landmine survivors in Cambodia, landmine removal and landmine survivors, and conflict in Iraq, as well as daily assignments in the U.S. before moving to Beirut, where he's covered the Beirut Blast, the Covid-19 Pandemic, and the economic collapse.
He is represented by ZUMA Press. His work has been published internationally including with:
The Dallas Morning News, The Salt Lake Tribune, The Guardian, Daily Mail, Getty Images, Bloomberg, Associated Press, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal and San Antonio Express-News, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, The National (Abu Dhabi), Le Point, Metro, NPR, ARD and The Washington Post.
30th Eddie Adams Workshop - Team Tie Dye; University of Texas at Arlington - BA Communication - Journalism; Missouri Photo Workshop 70 in Mountain Grove, Missouri; Six month internship at The Dallas Morning News.
2018 NPPA 3rd Quarter student clip contest - 1st place spot news
2018 NPPA 3rd Quarter student clip contest - 1st place sports feature
2018 NPPA 4th Quarter student clip contest - 1st place feature
2018 NPPA 3rd Quarter student clip contest - 2nd place picture story/essay
2018 NPPA 2nd Quarter student clip contest - 3rd place sports feature
2018 College Photographer of the Year 73 Award of Excellence Sports Feature
2016 Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Photographer of the Year
2016 Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Award national winner for Online Feature Reporting.
2016 Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Award national finalist for Sports Photography, Large School Division.
2016 Region 8 Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Award winner for Sports Photography
2016 Editor & Publisher's EPPY award finalist for BestCollege/University Investigative or Documentary Feature
2016 College Media Association's Pinnacle Award 2nd place for Best Multimedia Feature Story
2016 College Media Association's Pinnacle Award 3rd place for Best Feature Photo
2016 College Media Association's Pinnacle Award honorable mention for Best Portrait
2014 Texas Intercollegiate Press Association 1st place on-site News Photo
Photo by: Younes Mohammad