Rosie-Lyse is a multimedia journalist with professional experience in both field and news production. She has spent the past six years in the Middle East covering stories focused on the humanitarian and security fallout of the conflict in Syria and Iraq. Her work has been published in various international media outlets, including Al Jazeera English, The New York Times, Thomson Reuters Foundation and the Associated Press among others. She was the former video journalist for AFP in Jordan. She now works as a roaming Middle East correspondent for Euronews.
Rosie-Lyse has reported from a number of countries around the world and speaks Levantine Arabic to a working proficiency. She is a Rory Peck fellow and holds an up-to-date Surviving Hostile Regions and Emergency First Aid certificate.
What’s in her bag:
Canon C100 Mark II, Canon 5D Mark III; Tripod; Monopod; Slider; Rode Lapel Microphone; Zoom H5; RODE Shotgun Microphone, 24-70mm f2.8; 35mm f1.4; 50mm f1.4
What’s on her Mac:
Avid Media Composer, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects and Lightroom
rosielyse [dot] thompson [at] gmail [dot] com