Emmy Award winner and freelance photographer, producer and occasional camera operator working and collaborating in various documentary projects as well as productions with the world’s leading media companies. I am a storyteller focusing on under-reported issues and current events, while also pursuing personal documentary projects, documenting social issues and humanitarian crisis in conflict-affected societies around the world, specially in the ongoing post-conflict situation in my native country of El Salvador. I believe that the role of a journalist becomes more important when you hear the testimonies of a victim or when you witness the harm one human being causes another.
El País (Spain) Font page photo and a story of the chaos at the Kabul airport as Afghans try to leave the country trying to flee the Taliban who have just taken over the Afghanistan.
L'OBS (France The New Taliban Magazine cover image on a story about the Taliban taking over Afghanistan.
DER SPIEGEL (Germany) Magazine cover image on a story about the Taliban taking over Afghanistan.
Afghan Teachers Are Finding Ways Around Taliban's School Ban For Girls Teachers in Afghanistan are opening secret and mobile schools to continue education for young girls, though the Taliban have banned it.
Highways of Death and Hope: The Migrant Caravans What drives Tatyana, 21, heavily pregnant and with two tiny kids in tow, or 13-year-old Daniel, to make an epic trek over thousands of kilometres? What makes the migrants flee their homes.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC EXPLORER / THE FIGHT FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN EL SALVADOR - Correspondent Francesca Fiorentini sits down for an eye-opening interview with Salvadoran Women’s Rights Activist, Morena Herrera.
Lawyer For The Dead In El Salvador, home of the bloodiest gang violence in the world, we follow one man’s gruesome struggle to bring dignity and closure to the families of the victims.
How Bitcoin Became El Salvador's Currency Along the coast of El Salvador lies the small town of El Zonte, known mostly for ecotourism and surfing. Even decades after being discovered by tourists and surfers the small town of 3,000 locals.
The Deported: Surviving El Salvador After President Trump's vow to crack down on gang violence, thousands are being deported. Sky News follows deportees in El Salvador. A warning: this report contains footage of a dead body in the aftermath of a murder.
The Wall Street Journal
Mother Jones Magazine
Tumblr's Storyboard on El Salvador