A wounded child awaits treatment in one of the few hospitals left standing in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, in October.
Battle had been raging since July between government forces and insurgents of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) for control of the city. Medical centers treating casualties in rebel-held districts appear to have been specifically targeted by the military, forcing doctors to work from an undercover network of clinics and small field hospitals.
Sebastiano Tomada is a photojournalist based in New York City and the Middle East. While working on commercial and editorial shoots in Europe and the US, Sebastiano developed a unique style, focusing strongly on documentary and portrait photography where he established himself as a photographer for Sipa USA. Travelling extensively for today’s most-recognized publications, his work has excelled in maturity, earning him a series of prestigious awards.