I am a award winner photojournalist covering migration, human rights, climate change and violence for main international outlets in Europe and the US, like The Guardian, BBC, The Sunday Times, El Pais, NPR, Washington Post, Texas Monthly, agencies like AP and Reuters and NGO’s like Amnesty International, UNHCR, ICRC
I am currently working on a project about COVID-19 and how it has affected to people incarcerated thanks to a grant given by National Geographic.
I have been working for several years on a long-term documentary project about Central American women migration in Central America, Mexico and the US.
I have focused my investigation on how women migration is marked by the violence, all the different types, structural, cultural and physical violence.
Violence in Central America is what forces women to migrate, while crossing Mexico violence against women is extreme, and once in the U.S. violence still present in their lives.
In 2019 I was the main producer and the person generating the ideas for the covering of the caravan that won Reuters a photography Pulitzer.
In 2018 and 2019 IWMF gave me two consecutive grants to develop a journalistic investigation about exploitation in the agricultural sector in texas.
I have spoken in several conferences in Europe, the US and Mexico.
given several workshops about photography and the media.