Residents of The Hub in The Bronx line up outside a food pantry to receive family meals. The community Services Food Program at the Seventh-Day Adventist Church has been serving closed to 250 family meals last week along after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo order stores and restaurants NYC. NY state is now the epicenter of the COVID-19 crisis. On assignment for @nytimes #covid_19 #thebronx #nyc
20 hours ago
People in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens lined up to buy tamales and coffee from a street vendor near Roosevelt Avenue on Saturday a day prior to NY Governor Cuomo's executive order to to limit its entire non-essential workforce to combat the spread of the #covid_19. #onassignment for @nytimes
21 Mar 2020
Remembering my cousin Alejandro Castaño who on this day died while working inside the south tower. Many of us saw the second plane hit the south tower. They later collapsed. I was shocked. The whole world was shocked. That evening I got a call from his sister Claudia ( my cousin) saying :"Alex is missing." We printed some images and the next day I was in the city posting pictures of Alex. I when from hospital to hospital. It was useless . There were so many posters. Some many people asking for their loved ones. Then I knew I wasn't going to see Alex again. #neverfoget #9/11 @911memorial
11 Sep 2019
I'm thrilled to announce today we are a launching @themirastudios MIRA: Spanish - look. To ascertain by the use of one’s eyes We are creative team of global storytellers who use media to shape narratives that reflect reality. We bring together directors, editors, designers, writers, and other strategic collaborators who excel at crafting beautiful stories. We are equally at home in fiction, documentary, long, and short form film making, and sound design. Our clients are commercial, non-profit, governmental, and independent. What they have in common is a desire to reflect the nuance of life. STORYTELLING THAT REFLECTS REALITY Follow us @themirastudios Thanks to @lesliethomas and the desing team Maren and Laci for their time.
25 Aug 2019
At the border between Venezuela and Colombia, Venezuelans illegally cross in and out of their country after the Venezuelan government ordered the closing of its border with neighboring Colombia in late February. It is estimated that around 10,000 Venezuelans cross this border each day to to buy food, medication, and personal items. The recent crisis in Venezuela has prompted many to leave their country in search of a better life in neighboring countries such as Colombia, Peru, and Ecuador. #venezuela #migration#migrationcrisis #cucuta #venezueladiaspora #longjourney #migrants #refugees #humanitariancrisis #colombia #cucuta #nieman @thephotosociety
20 Mar 2019
・・・ Photo by @juanarre | A longhouse, or maloca, in Rio Pure National Park, in the Amazon, serves as a gathering place for two communities, Curare and Borikada. Internal matters are discussed, and current efforts are underway to preserve and protect isolated tribes and teach local residents to coexist in the area. @natgeo @thephotosociety #colombia #indigenouspeople #uncontactedtribes #amazon
28 Feb 2019
Amazon river 🌈congratulations to @natgeo for reaching 100M followers. #NatGeo100Contest. @Natgeo hit 100 million followers! As a thanks, they are having a photo contest for the next 24 hours only. To submit, simply post your most Nat Geo inspired photo on your feed using the hashtag #NatGeo100Contest. The top 10 photos will be posted on @natgeo and the winner gets a photo trip to Tanzania. Good luck!
19 Feb 2019
I'm very excited to be taking over this week @niemanfoundation Instagram feed. I'll be sharing stories, daily life and what is life as a Nieman fellow @harvard ・・・ Follow along in the coming week as Colombian-American documentary photographer Juan Arredondo (@juanarre), a 2019 Nieman Fellow, joins us as guest editor. Juan has chronicled human rights and conflict stories in Colombia, Venezuela and Central America and is a regular contributor to The New York Times and National Geographic. Since 2014, he has reported on the use of child soldiers by illegal armed groups in Colombia; the peace agreement between the Colombian government and FARC; and the reintegration of former fighters into Colombian society Colombian society, for which he was awarded a World Press Photo award in 2018. His work has been published by The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, ESPN, Der Spiegel and Le Monde. At Harvard, he is studying the impact photography can have on reconciliation in post-conflict societies and how visual storytelling can engage citizens in the aftermath of violence. #niemanlife
08 Feb 2019