Azize Suderin Murat,
Dedicated and energetic photographer with 10+ years extensive experience, advertising for locations/products, CD covers, special events, archaeological excavations & documentaries.
Created projects concerning art and social themes as one of the team leaders for NGO and Art Work projects through photography. Skillful to initiate and orchestrate networking for these projects by means of photography and awarded for these works.
Produced writings and photo exhibits about violence and discrimination, most of which have been published in various magazines and news outlets. Editor of the online photography magazine Fotografya for two years.
Received numerous awards, including a U.S. State Department hosting of a month-long professional exchange on “Promoting Tolerance Through the Arts.” Nominees included artists from 21 countries; Program meetings took place in different states across the U.S. Exchanged works and ideas with public sector, associations, NGOs, and other artists.
Attended two of EU grant credit youth education projects titled “EU Listening To You” as volunteer trainer. Organized photography training part of a big budget grant credit for Women Empowerment EU project titled “Housewives in Economy.
Successfully completed long term photography projects through networking with collagues of 450 women photographers against domestic violence (3 years); socializing down syndrome children through teaching photography them and make a lot of exhibitions (7 years); and people with addiction as part of post-clinical treatment during art therapy (2,5 years).