Santi Donaire was born in Jaén (Spain) in 1988. He has a degree in journalism and audiovisual communication from the University Rey Juan Carlos of Madrid. Furthermore, he improved his photography knowledge in the “Blankpaper” school of Madrid. He has worked as a freelance photographer for several media in different countries, like in Venezuela, the countries of the former Yugoslavia, Palestine, Melilla or Greece. He lived in Caracas, Venezuela, during 3 years as a freelance photographer. In Caracas, he worked for several virtual Media and international news agencies as EFE/EPA and his shots have been published in important magazines and papers. - 2018 - 3rd Prize for the Picture Of the Year International (POYI) in the General News category. - 2018 - Participant of the King of Spain Award for Journalism with Alicia Hernández. 'Gasoline generation' published in The New York Times - 2016 - Winner of the Fujifilm Prize of the PhotON Festival, Valencia, Spain.
Madrid, Spain • Politics, Current Affairs, Research, Social, Breaking News • November 1 @ 12:00am
Since the new Spanish government- headed by Pedro Sanchez- took office, they promised to exhume the remains of the dictator Francisco Franco shortly. In addition, he joined the requests defended for years by associations of Franco’s victims to try to illegalize the Francisco Franco Foundation with a... Read more
Madrid, Spain • Politics, Current Affairs, Natural Disasters, Investigative Reporting, Social, Breaking News, Travel • July 1 @ 12:00am
I am available as a photographer and camera man, to report about the latest breaking news about Spanish affairs. English and Spanish. I am also available as a fixer. Read more