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Tamara Saade and Eléonore "Léo" Hamelin
Born and raised in Lebanon, Tamara Saade (text) is a multimedia journalist. Through photography, writing, videography, and social media coverage, she has been focusing on human rights reporting, especially in Lebanon and in the US. She is now based in Beirut, working as a freelance reporter and photographer for national and international outlets. Eléonore "Léo" Hamelin (illustrations) is a documentary filmmaker, journalist and illustrator based in New York. Most of her work tells personal and intimate stories in the voice of her main character—like her last documentary Quiet No More: The Struggle of Reverend Sharon Risher, published in the New Yorker and an official selection at DocNYC. Léo also teaches Video Journalism at the Columbia School of Journalism. She is French and grew up around the world.