Miguel Angel Sanchez (born in Madrid 1977), a Spanish photographer based in Cairo from 2009.

Sanchez combines his work as a studio photographer with his career as a photojournalist documenting conflict zones. He is an itinerant photographer who takes his workspace/studio to many corners of the world: Asia, Middle East or Africa. Within the last five years he has covered the Arab Spring, the Libyan civil war, the Ulu Pamir besieged by the PKK in Turkish Kurdistan, Lebanon after Hariri and the Operation Pillar of Defense in the Gaza Strip, among others.

With exhibitions in Paris, Belgium, Madrid, and Cairo, Sanchez’s work has been published in the International media most notably El País, The New York Times,

Le Monde, New Yorker, Photo Raw, La Lettre de la Photographie, Burn magazine. He is author of photographic  books: El alma del mundo Planeta-­‐ Lunwerg, 2012  and  City in Portraits  Solidere. Lebanon, 2013 (Red Dot award 2013).