Tessa Bryson studied at Falmouth College of Arts, graduating in Broadcasting in 2004. Producing a documentary in her final year on the Iraq war, her interest in the Middle East was stirred. Working in television since 2005, she later joined Al Jazeera English in 2007 and has since worked in the London bureau and in the Middle East.
In 2008, her passion for the Middle East led Tessa to travel to Israel and Palestine for the first time in order to experience both sides of the conflict. She visited for the first time with Zaytoun on the Olive Harvest tour and later visited for both work and personal reasons in 2009 and 2010.
Currently studying Arabic, she hopes to continue her studies abroad in the future. She was elected to the Arab British Centre board in 2012.
Within About Us
- About Us Overview
- Introducing the ABC
A brief introduction to the Arab British Centre, our work and mission
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- Who We Are
Meet our staff, trustees and other people behind the scenes at the ABC
- Resident Organisations
The ABC houses a number of resident organisations actively involved in British-Arab relations.
- Corporate Information