About Eyal Warshavsky Photography
Eyal Warshavsky is a prize-winning photojournalist based in Jerusalem. He has more then twenty years of experience covering daily news, war and conflict, natural disasters and social upheaval in over a dozen countries, and has covered the Israeli-Palestinian conflict extensively throughout his career.
Eyal has worked for various newspapers in Israel, and was a staff photographer for the Associated Press in Jerusalem for eight years. In 1999, he won first prize in the World Press Photo competition for spot news stories.
In 2001, Eyal conceptualized and co-founded the BauBau photo agency in Jerusalem, which became one of the top independent agencies in Israel. As manager and chief photographer, he identified and trained aspiring photophers; some went on to become leading photojournalists in Israel and abroad.
Eyal’s work has appeared in the world’s leading newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Financial Times, Time, Newsweek, Paris Match, Figaro, Stern, Focus, Le Monde, and many others. He has shown in group and solo exhibits in Israel and many other countries.
Eyal is currently a freelancer, working for press and private clients; his work includes reporting, documentary projects, corporate affairs and private events as well as personal projects.