Born in Barcelona in 1972, Ferran Quevedo covered Middle East since 2003. He has been written several projects in different formats, although its main tool has always been the "little lives” imagery, anonymous voices playing their role during important moments in the Middle East. His stories have captured everyday life of those people, often during the conflict. Since 2007, he has been based in Beirut as independent journalist working on extensive projects in the Arab World. Focused in acquiring in depth knowledge about society, rites of passage, culture, population flows in Lebanon, Syria and Palestine, its focal points. Quevedo started work as sports photographer in the late 90s. Represented by Vandystadt-Allsport in Paris, published in international magazines worldwide. He works regularly on assignment with humanitarian organizations in Palestine and Lebanon regarding Human Rights, education and children. In 2011 wrote and directed the “Image in Conflict”, an International symposium held in the American University of Beirut (AUB) funded by the Spanish Department of Culture, involving the most prominent Spanish and Lebanese reporters today. He has been worked for long periods as a volunteer as well, in Iraq during 2006 and recently on the Lebanon-Syrian border, working at the field hospital and living with the displaced for almost one year.