Latin America Photojournalism
I´m an editor, citizen journalist and photogrhapher.
I have a degree in Politcal Science.Freelance Photojournalist / Photographer in Latin America
Interests: People, culture, politics, elections, women, social issues, urban art, social networks, Web 3.
Languages: Spanish, English, Portuguese, French
Travels: Americas, Europe, & UK
Currently available for worldwide assignments.
Citizens and social organizations have reported irregularities across eighteen of the country's departments, including incidents of fraudulent voting and the processing and presentation of election results. Bogota, Colombia. 30/05/2010
Colombian presidential candidate Robinson Devia and his followers continued with a hunger strike after guarantees that private media would be invited to televised debates were not met. Bogota, Colombia. 30/05/2010
Mockus who heads the Green Party, has run a shoestring campaign, relying on Facebook and Twitter to help gain support. Now Mockus garners around 38 percent of the vote, according to a poll published last week. Bogota, Colombia. 08/05/2010
Flash Mobs are the latest methods being used by supporters of the Green Party in Colombia’s presidential contest. This is the first use of flash mobs for political demonstrations in Colombia. Bogota, Colombia. 08/05/2010
The 2010 race for Colombia's presidency has so far been driven by the polls and media positioning. Petro is the clear winner of the debates in Colombia election but he just has one digital in opinion polls
DMTX. Ciudadanos, sindicatos y partidos polìticos marcharon por los derechos del trabajor en el centro de Bogotá. Se presentaron fuertes protestas y disturbios con la policía. Día Internacional del Trabajo. Bogotá, Colombia. 01/05/2010
DMTX. Five days after the Colombia Congressional elections, definitive results have only been announced for the Senate races and the Green Party primary. The counting had been suspended many times due