Photojournalist and documentary photographer
As a free-lancer documentary photographer based in Mexico City for the past 10 years she has ex-tensively covered issues related to the Mexican drug war, migration and religion. She works mainly in Mexico, Central and South America and contributes regularly with the The New York Times, UNICEF, BuzzFeed News, Bloomberg and The Washington Post. Her work has also been featured in Leica Fotografie International, National Geographic Brasil, Vi-ce, Du, Newsweek, Time, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian and Le Monde, among others. She’s represented by Polaris Images in NY.
Adriana is one of the three photographers profiled in the documentary “Beyond Assignment” (U-SA, 2011).The film was produced by The Knight Center for International Media and the University of Miami and features her “Tepito; Barrio Bravo” project. This work was also published as an ebook by Cristal de Luz, a Mexican digital publishing house focusing in Mexican contemporary photo-graphy.
She’s one of the recipients of the Getty Images Instagram Grant in 2015 for her mobile photograp-hy work documenting under represented communities. Her mobile photography work was also se-lected by Time Magazine for the “29 Instagrams That Defined the World in 2014”; she was the re-cipient of the Troféu Mulher Imprensa (photojournalist newspaper/magazine) 2012; her project on Faith in Brazil and Mexico was awarded a Art & Worship World Prize by the Niavaran Artistic Crea-tion Foundation.
Adriana is an instructor with the Foundry Photojournalism Workshop since 2008 and was one of the masters on the first World Press Photo Latin America Master Class (Mexico, 2015).