Damaso Reyes

Damaso Reyes

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Damaso Reyes began his career as a stringer for the New York Amsterdam News where he was an intern and later served as Southeast Asia Bureau Chief from 2001 to 2003 reporting from Indonesia as that nation transitioned to democracy.

His images and articles have appeared in publications including: The Wall Street Journal, The New York Daily News, The Village Voice, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Miami Herald, New York, Vanity Fair Germany, World Policy Journal, Der Spiegel, and Time Asia. Previous assignments and projects have taken him to countries including Rwanda, Iraq, Cuba, Indonesia, Tanzania and throughout the United States and Europe. His images are featured in the monograph Black: A Celebration of a Culture and the book Innocents Lost: When Child Soldiers go to War.

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May 29, 2013

Damaso Reyes presents the sights and sounds of Pentecostalism in Europe, one of the continent's fastest growing religious movements.