Ali Noureldine (PS, b. 1985) was born in Gaza and currently lives in Berlin. At the age of 17 he started working as a freelance photographer for the European Press Agency (EPA), reporting on news and events in Gaza. He earned a degree in journalism from the Azhar University in Gaza. In 2012, during the eight-day war, his family home was shelled and his father and sister were injured while he was photographing the events. In 2013, he was selected for the Joop Swart Masterclass organised annually by the World Press Photo Foundation in Amsterdam. Also in 2013, he received the first prize from the British Frontline Club and the Days Japan Photojournalism Award.