Jacobia Dahm

Jacobia Dahm is a freelance photojournalist currently based in Berlin, Germany. Her portraiture and reportage work focuses on social justice, vulnerable communities, and women’s lives. In the past she has worked on stories revolving around the effects of the US criminal justice system on families, and since 2015 she has been documenting refugees along the migrant trail, and after their arrival in Germany. In 2016, Jacobia Dahm was listed by PDN as one of 30 new and emerging photographers to watch. She is a graduate of the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism program at the International Center of Photography (ICP). Her work has appeared in the New York Times, NPR, The Village Voice, Al Jazeera, @everydayincarceration, Mother Jones, VICE, and has been used by the advocacy campaigns of The International Rescue Committee and HIAS. She is a frequent contributor to GEO and ZEIT online.