Laia Ros

Laia Ros

Barcelona, Spain


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Laia Ros

Laia Ros is a journalist and a photographer based in Barcelona (Spain), available to work around Catalonia region. 

She is currently working as a multimedia journalist in NEWSKID, a media that brings current affairs to children through Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, and as a freelance photographer. She also used to work as a Press Officer for the International Dance Film Festival of Barcelona Choreoscope and as a journalist and a photographer intern for over a year in the Spanish press agency Europa Press. She also collaborated with the Catalan News Agency, a Catalan based media which offers news in English. 

She is also a Shutterstock collaborator and a creative Getty images contributor. 

For more information, check Laia's portfolio: www.leyrlophotography.com

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Catalan English Spanish

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The portrait of the journalist Alicia Calderón, for the newspaper 'La Directa'.


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Demonstrators march in Barcelona in order to ask institutions to welcome refugees, on 18th February 2017. Picture licensed through Shutterstock.


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A demonstrator hugs a policeman during a demonstration in Barcelona. 2011


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Interview to the author of Dukan's diet, Pierre Ducan, for the Spanish agency Europa Press. I also took the picture.


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An article for the Spanish agency Europa Press which explains how a cooperative intended to hire undocumented immigrants in order to make their status in the country legal. I also took the picture.


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Formula Student is a testing ground for the next generation of world-class engineers. Students must design and build a single-seat racing car. August 2016


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Formula Student is a testing ground for the next generation of world-class engineers. Students must design and build a single-seat racing car. August 2016


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Formula Student is a testing ground for the next generation of world-class engineers. Students must design and build a single-seat racing car. August 2016


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A part from working hard, students who participated in the Formula Student Spain 2016 also took time to relax. Formula Student is a testing ground for the next generation of world-class engineers. Students must design and build a single-seat racing car. August 2016


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Formula Student is a testing ground for the next generation of world-class engineers. Students must design and build a single-seat racing car. August 2016


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A part from working hard, students who participated in the Formula Student Spain 2016 also took time to relax. Formula Student is a testing ground for the next generation of world-class engineers. Students must design and build a single-seat racing car. august 2016


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A part from working hard, students who participated in the Formula Student Spain 2016 also took time to relax. Formula Student is a testing ground for the next generation of world-class engineers. Students must design and build a single-seat racing car. august 2016


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Testing the habilities of the drivers. Formula Student is a testing ground for the next generation of world-class engineers. Students must design and build a single-seat racing car. August 2016


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Two students work in order to have their their racing cars ready. Formula Student is a testing ground for the next generation of world-class engineers. Students must design and build a single-seat racing car. August 2016


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During Formula Student Spain 2016, an Italian team wanted to pay tribute to the victims that an earthquake left in their country.


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The project 'Childhood on hold: refugee kids in the borderland' received many recognitions, such as the third prize in the professional cathegory of people/children in the International Photography of the Year Award.


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A man makes a baby laugh in Idomeni refugee camp, next to the border with Macedonia. May 2016


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Fatima, who is 25 years old, cries because she remembers her two twins, who died during a bombing in Syria. Meanwhile, she breastfeeds Emir, one of her three remaining children. She is seven months pregnant and is scared to give birth while she stays in Idomeni refugee camp. If parents don't have the asylum application approved, the baby won't receive the European nationality even if they have been born in Greece. April 2016


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A kid walks under the rain in Idomeni refugee camp, in Greece. April 2016


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Raghad, who is nineteen years old, holds her twenty days baby, Yasmine. She and her husband left Syria when she was two months pregnant, and were hoping to receive asylum before the baby was born. She had the baby in a Greek hospital, but few days later she was brought back to the camp.


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Some children and men fish with self-made fishing rods right next to a main road in Nea Kavala, in Greece. It is not just a way to pass their time, but also a way to get something to eat, since they complain that they aren't given enough food in the official refugee camp of Nea Kavala, next to the border with Macedonia. May 2016


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A kid gazes the exterior from inside of his tent in Idomeni refugee camp, in Greece. Days pass by slowly in the camp, since there is not much to do. Even though many kids employ their time by playing tirelessly or participating in the activities prepared by volunteers, some children share the melancholy spread amongst adults, that have found their lives to be put on pause, and contract their blank stares. April 2016


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Two kids look at the camera from their improvised shelter in the refugee camp of Idomeni (Greece). Some refugees have occupied the wagons next to the train station located close to the village in order to have a roof over their heads, and some others have camped on the railways, cutting off the railway traffic between Macedonia and Greece in order to protest against the closed border. April 2016


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A kid looks through the mosquito net of his tent in the refugee camp of Idomeni (Greece). April 2016


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This is a interactive documentary produced, recorded and edited with Ben Ramage about the delicate situation the emblematic shops of Barcelona face.


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