Eva Verbeeck is a Belgian-born documentary photographer and filmmaker. She is based between Brussels, Belgium and Savannah, Georgia. Her family traveled around the world for most of her life which fused her love for visual storytelling with her deep interest in social justice, youth culture, and activism. After studying human rights and international law in Brussels, Eva traveled to Ethiopia and Kenya to document the growing climate crisis in eastern Africa. During the past years her personal work has revolved around environmental issues, human rights, gender and the exploration of identity. She is currently working on a long-term project in the Southern United States on youth culture and gender identity. Eva is a co-founder of documentary production company and artist collective Juniper, for which she serves as a director, producer and curator.
Her work has been published by variety of publications such as National Geographic, Vanity Fair, NPR, De Morgen, De Volkskrant, Collective Quarterly, Vice, Outside magazine and The Atlantic.