Anne-Stine Johnsbråten (b.1983) has been working as a documentary photographer and photojournalist the past six years, mainly focusing on larger photo essays. Rather than focusing on conflict, Anne-Stine has a social anthropological approach to photography. In her work she looks at themes such as identity, discrimination and gender issues. She has earned a Bachelor in Photojournalism from Oslo University College, and has also attended The Danish School of Media and Journalism. In 2012 she received the Tribute Prize from The Freedom of Expression Foundation in Norway for her work "The Norwegian Roma". Recent: 8th May Anne-Stine was selected for the Norwegian Journal of Photography with seven other photographers: Margaret M. de Lange, Jonas Bendiksen, Ivar Kvaal, Knut Egil Wang, Mathilde Helene Pettersen, Terje Abusdal, Tomm W. Christiansen.