TAMUC Alum and Nationally Acclaimed Photojournalist is Correspondent in Ukraine

Award-winning photojournalist and TAMUC alum Erin Trieb travels the world to capture touching stories of strength, courage and resilience.

As a freelance photographer, Trieb captures stories on issues of social justice involving cultural identity, war trauma and feminism. CBS recently interviewed her as a war correspondent in Ukraine. Her article about the women of Ukraine during the current crisis was published this month by Glamour magazine.

Trieb has also spent time in the Middle East, documenting life and conflict. She has photographed female Kurdish guerillas in northern Syria; the Peshmerga, the Kurdish branch of the Iraqi Armed Forces; and a U.S. Army infantry unit in one of the most dangerous areas of Afghanistan.

Her clients include National Geographic, The New York Times, ESPN Magazine, Rolling Stone, NBCnews.com and TIME. She has won numerous awards for her work.

Trieb grew up in Dallas and graduated from A&M-Commerce in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Photography. She was named an A&M-Commerce Distinguished Alumnus in 2014 and a “female icon of adventure” by Outside Magazine in 2017. She is currently based in Washington D.C.

View Trieb's recent CBS interview and her Glamour magazine article.

Learn more about Trieb and view her work on Instagram @erintrieb.