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  • Emily K.'s photo

    Emily K.

    El Paso, TX, USA

    $750 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Documentary DP
    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Video Editor - Documentary

    About Emily K.

    Documentary filmmaker and multimedia journalist.

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  • Luis V.'s photo

    Luis V.

    Miami, FL, USA

    $600 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Line Producer / On-Location
    • Documentary DP
    • Production Company

    About Luis V.

    Luis Valderrama is an award winner international producer who has produced a TV series for the Food Network and Telemundo series promos, documentaries, music videos and over 200 commercials in his 25-year career. He is fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and English and has worked for the General market as well as the Hispanic Market in the US. He has produced commercials in Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Bahamas, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Panama, Aruba, Belize and Colombia. With his vast knowledge of both the American and Latin American markets, he is very skilled and resourceful when it comes to bringing projects within budget and on time. Some of his clients include: Disney, McDonalds, Coca-Cola, Toyota, Volkswagen, Ford, ITT Tech, Colgate, Budweiser, AT&T, Publix, ESPN, and Marriott. You can see some of his work at www.vimeo.com/luisvalderrama 

  • Andrew M.'s photo

    Andrew M.

    El Paso, TX, USA

    $100 - $250 / Day

    Top Services

    • Field Producer
    • Production Company
    • Video Editor - Documentary

    About Andrew M.

    I'm a multi-disciplined content creator specializing in long form promotional pieces, outdoor adventure, and photography of all kinds. I believe that living a balanced and creatively productive life means cultivating a variety of interests and skills, and as such I train mind, body, and spirit daily.

  • Julio-Cesar C.'s photo

    Julio-Cesar C.

    El Paso, TX, USA

    $200 - $800 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Fixer
    • Reporter / Journalist

    About Julio-Cesar C.

    I'm a dual citizen and bilingual journalist covering the US-Mexico border and its issues. I've covered how Americans living in Mexico viewed the 2016 election, annual bi national summits where borderland politicians and business leaders discuss the future of our region (more important during NAFTA renegotiations), and the Hugs Not Walls events where families saw each other on the riverbed for the first time in years (including the first event under the Trump administration). Outside my regular region I've also covered the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Maria. For the latter I was the only broadcast journalist embedded with the military, publish work for the BBC World Service and Reuters.

  • Alicia Araís  F.'s photo

    Alicia Araís F.

    Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico

    $250 - $750 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
    • Documentary DP

    About Alicia Araís F.

    Alicia Fernández is a freelance Mexican visual journalist and producer from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico border with the United States. As a photographer, she was part of the El Diario de Juarez team that was awarded the Maria Moors Cabot Prize in 2011 for their narco violence report in Juarez, Mexico. Her images and visual reports have appeared in media such as Al Jazeera, BBC London, Associated Press, Brut, Verdens Gang, Der Spiegel, among others. Alicia also has been a staff multimedia producer, as well as a photography and video editor for the Spanish newspaper El Pais in its Latin American version. She has been a fixer, field producer and contributor with international media, independent journalists and researchers. Also, she has contributed to training and protection organizations for journalists such as the International Center For Journalists (ICFJ) and Article 19. Also she is a fellow for the International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF). She has worked on independent projects such as The Red Note podcast, as researcher and interviewer. She also works as a consultant for journalistic multimedia projects and workshops instructor. Along with Andalusia K. Soloff had coordinated and created the project: "Fixers, opening paths to global journalism", in order to encourage the local journalism that supports international reporting.

  • Julian C.'s photo

    Julian C.

    Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico

    $200 - $400 / Day

    Top Services

    • Fixer
    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
    • Translator

    About Julian C.

    In 1993, Julián Cardona began to document, in the border with the United States, the violent entry of Mexico to globalization: the social effects caused by the low wages paid by the industry assembly plants; the degradation and decomposition of the social networks in a border controlled by power structures allied in order to favour the financial interests of the United States transnational companies; the voice of the parents and relatives of women murdered in Ciudad Juárez; and, in the NAFTA era, at Sonora and Arizona border towns the exodus of Mexicans fleeing from their country and its collapsing economy. Cardona was the curator of the 1995 exhibition, "Nada que ver/ Nothing to see," which included the participation of several photojournalists from Diario de Juárez (now El Diario). This exhibition led to the publication of Juárez: The Laboratory of Our Future (New York: Aperture, 1998), featuring texts by Charles Bowden, Noam Chomsky and Eduardo Galeano, awarded in 1999 with the Infinity Award for Book of the Year by the International Center of Photography, ICP, based in New York City. Cardona's work has been featured in various works and exhibitions in Mexico and abroad. His first solo exhibition took place in 2005 in the Cue Art Gallery, in New York City. Published titles include No One is Illegal, with texts by Justin Akers Chacón and Mike Davis (Chicago: Haymarket, 2006); Exodus/Éxodo (Austin, University of Texas Press, 2008) documenting the historic migration of Mexicans to the United States and Murder City (New York: Nation Books, 2010) on the explosion of violence in Ciudad Juárez, both in collaboration with Charles Bowden. Images from Exodus were included in the travelling exhibitions Borders and Beyond (Manuel Bauer, Jodi Bieber, Julian Cardona, Thomas Kern, Joachim Ladefoged, Valery Nistratov, Don McCullin, Meinrad Schade, Randa Shaath, Roger Wherli, Photoforum PasquArt, Biel, Switzerland, 2001), which was presented in 27 cities around the world until 2007 and in The History of the Future / La historia del futuro (Michael Berman, Julián Cardona, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, 2008) and Exodus was featured in the 2011 edition of Promenades Photographiques, a photo festival held annually at Vendôme, France. In the same year Cardona participated the photography festival Dok 11, held in Oslo, Norway. In January 2013, UTEP’s Rubin Center presented Stardust: Memories of the Calle Mariscal, and in September of the same year, Cardona's photographs were exhibited in Remember Them, a collective show held at the Victoria Gallery of the University of Liverpool. His more recent exhibition, Herencia de sangre, was inaugurated on May 2014 at the Gallery José María Velasco, in México City and in September 2015 his current project, Abecedario de Juarez, co-authored with the American artist Alice Briggs won honorable mention in the Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize, sponsored by Duke University. Julián Cardona is based in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.

  • Clement D.'s photo

    Clement D.

    Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico

    $100 - $300 / Day

    Top Services

    • Reporter / Journalist
    • Field Producer
    • Fixer

    About Clement D.

    Clement Detry is a multimedia journalist and field producer based in Mexico city. As field producer he works constantly for CGTN's Mexico correspondent, he has also freelanced for Arte TV, DW, TeleSUR. He has been the Mexico correspondent for Belgian newspaper Libre Belgique since 2018. Used to be the correspondent of Mediapart, his print work has appeared in Le Monde diplomatique, Reflets.info, l'Echo Magazine and le Courrier de Geneve. Clement, later on, got his start as an investigative journalist when he took part in an investigation on the dairy industry's water abuses in northern Mexico with the Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP). To be a thorough investigator is also what helps Clement deliver the most relevant field production to his TV clients.

  • Juan G.'s photo

    Juan G.

    El Paso, TX, USA

    $350 - $700 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • On-Air Reporter / Host
    • Documentary DP

    About Juan G.

    I'm a portrait photographer & document stories from the borderland perspective. Grew up in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico the first part of my life & the rest in El Paso, TX.

  • Robert M.'s photo

    Robert M.

    El Paso, TX, USA

    $250 - $500 / Day

    Top Services

    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
    • Reporter / Journalist
    • Fixer

    About Robert M.

    Veteran journalist bases in El Paso, Texas, focusing on Us-Mexico border issues.

  • Regina G.'s photo

    Regina G.

    Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico

    $80 - $150 / Day

    Top Services

    • Graphic Designer
    • Illustrator
    • Typographer

    About Regina G.

  • David P.'s photo

    David P.

    Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico

    $150 - $600 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Fixer
    • Field Producer

    About David P.

    I was born in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, on January 3, 1986. My mother is from Nogales, Sonora and my father from Santa Bárbara, Chihuahua, converged on the border when my mom got a teaching job and my dad had left his hometown behind to look for opportunities in the city. I grew up in Ciudad Juárez with my two brothers, one four years older and the other four. years younger, in the care of my mother who at the time had to act as father as well. Between skateboards, friends and grunge music from the 90s I navigated my adolescence under the always extreme climate of the border. At the age of 20, I started working at a local photography studio, taking photos of weddings, quinceañeras and special events, at the same time I took classes from the Degree in Sociology at the Institute of Social Sciences and Administration of the Autonomous University of Ciudad Juarez. What started as a casual job that helped me pay for school, became a calling of vocation. I will never forget that first camera that at times I borrowed my boss to go out and scan the city through the lens. I developed an interest in the process of documenting not only those events personal and important to the people, but the events in the city, as well as the day-to-day day and the details that one misses if one does not have a camera on one's arm; which took me to make the decision to change the course of my career by transferring to the Bachelor of Visual Arts at the Institute of Architecture, Design and Art A few years later I got an internship as a Photographer at a local newspaper called El Norte, in which I worked alongside journalists and photographers with a lot of experience and in this way I got into the local media,at a time when violence in the city was at an all-time high. David Peinado Romero / Mexico In an organic way, I managed to transition to a position of Plant Photojournalist in one of the most well-known and alternative means of communication in the city called La Polaka, which was characterized by being a "no frills" platform and focused on the red note I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to work on this medium in particular, since it helped me build a journalistic ethic that would mark the rest of my career. I also worked for a time in a business-focused magazine covering maquiladora industry events. Shortly after I accepted the position of Photojournalist staff for the main local newspaper, El Diario, where fortunately I was able to do use of the experience that I had acquired since I covered notes from social, red note, local stories and long-term projects.3 years ago I left that position to dedicate myself to independent journalism, and I currently collaborate with agencies such as Xinhua, AFP, Nur Photo, Zuma, Pacific Press and media such as La Silla Rota, El Universal, Aristegui Noticias, Infobae, The Mexiqueño and Cuartoscuro. My work is focused on topics that have touched my community and echo elsewhere in Mexico and Central America, such as migration, cultural dichotomies, violence, drug trafficking, femicides and forced disappearances. This path of photography has been for me almost a personal catharsis allow me to meet stories and people who have left a mark on my life, to be able to know these universes so foreign to mine, and at the same time so close. and make them justice by bringing these photographs to the collective memory. I have also created a network of fellow photographers from many parts of the world whom I thank for share your experience and advice with me and that I hope to continue cultivating. The resilience to remain in a changing environment, adaptability and empathy to relate to the environment and the subjects, as well as the journalistic ethics that allows discerning between what needs to be reported and what does not, have been the foundations of these almost 15 years of photographic career.

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