I am a visual journalist from Bogotá, Colombia, who has been living in the U.S. for the past seven years.

In 2012 I graduated from Duke University where I majored in cultural anthropology, and four years later I got a master's in Media and Journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

I'm currently based in Miami working as a video journalist for Univision Noticias. In my day to day work I produce visual content individually and as part of large teams. I'm involved in all aspects of visual production–from the research stages to the most intricate details of editing and post-production. 

Most of the stories I work on deal with questions of migration and human mobility– topics that interest me profoundly.

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Awards & Recognition



  • Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar, Long Term Documentary Project, Second Place, "Scars that Shield"
  • IWMF, Adelante Fellow, El Salvador and Guatemala 
  • Webby Awards, News & Politics series, finalist “9 Latinos: diversity at the polls”
  • PBS Reel South Short Film Award, "La Comida de los Cocineros"
  • Indie Grits Film Festival Official Selection, "La Comida de los Cocineros"


  • CPOY, Large Group Multimedia Project, Gold, "Divided by the Sea"
  • Association of Food Journalists, Multimedia Award, First Place, "La Comida de los Cocineros"
  •  New York Times Lens Blog Portfolio Review