Alice Dison is a documentary photographer and graduate from the International Center of Photography, New York.
Living between Paris and Los Angeles California, she freelances mainly for The New York Times and M, le magazine du Monde. She has also photographed numerous musicians and has worked with many different American and French record labels. Although her work is mainly editorial, she always has a personal long term project that she is working on. Her most recent project was a 3 year documentary in France of Franck before, durning, and after his liver transplant titled The Donor Project. Her thesis project for ICP in 2007 was titled Infringement, it showed the relationship of New York’s industry verses nature and their coexistence. Alice is currently working with Paris Photo on launching its first American fair which will take place in Los Angeles, April 2013. She is also part of the French photo agency CAPA Pictures.
Alice was part of the 2011 photography auction 和 Wa at 25CPW in New York to benefit victims of the Tsunami in Japan with Nuru Projects, Sombra Projects, and with contributions from Magnum Foundation and Friends without Borders. Her personal project, The Donor Project, was exposed at The New York Photo Festival in 2009. Alice was part of a group show titled Amerika, which exposed at Buswick Open Studios and International Center of Photography in 2008, she was also selected to be part of Wooloo Urban Spaces in 2007 with her project Infringement which exhibited in numerous cities around the world, and had a group exhibition at International Center of Photography in New York in 2007.