Claudine Boeglin

Claudine Boeglin is a creative director whose career has been centered on building editorial concepts with international teams. Co-founder of Magnum In Motion (2004), creative editor managing the founding team of French newspaper site Le Monde.fr (1999), and managing editor of Colors Magazine (1995), founded by Tibor Kalman and Oliviero Toscani. She spent 2002 in Afghanistan where she created a bilingual magazine Parvaz (Pashto/Dari) for Afghan children with Iranian photojournalist Reza Deghati (NGO Aina). In 2003, she co-edited A Generation Bears Witness, a book that brought together 37 with Azara children, in which they talk about their lives under the Taliban.