Amber Bracken


Amber Bracken is a member of Rogue Collective and lifelong Albertan covering assignments across the province and farther from home. After getting her start as a staffer in daily newspapers, she has moved on to a freelance career and the pursuit of long-term projects. She has since worked with many clients, including National Geographic, The Globe and Mail, The Wall Street Journal, BuzzFeed, Maclean’s, ESPN, The Canadian Press, and The New York Times. In her personal work, Amber’s interest is in the intersection of photography, journalism and public service with a special focus on issues affecting Indigenous people. With the rise of movements like Idle No More, communities are increasingly empowered to fight for a more just relationship with the government and non-native people. She is looking for ways to represent and foster that strength. With that intention, Amber has been building relationships in Indigenous communities and starting to document important issues around culture, environment and the effects of inter generational trauma from colonialism. Name: Amber Bracken \ Rogue Collective Hometown: Red Deer, Alberta Currently based: Edmonton, Alberta Social media/digital presence:, insta: @photobracken, twitter: @photobracken, facebook page: @photobracken

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