Cimarrona: Free Women, free communities. Afro Spirituality and diaspora resistance in Ecuador (ongoing)
Ghetto Dreamers: Families behind bars. Victims of the prison system in Ecuador
The 3x8: Intangible cultural heritage and Gentrification process in Quito.
Linked: Woven with us, between us and with our territory. Weavers from Bolivia
San Roque. Barrio Bravo, from revolt to oblivion.
Back to the Market: Traditional Markets in Quito.
Loose roots, new traditions.
Based in Ecuador
Available for assignments in Latin America, Central America, Mexico, and the US.
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Johis Alarcon Photography
Johis Alarcon is a female Ecuadorian photojournalist whose work is focused on socio-cultural humanitarian and gender issues, primarily in Latin America.
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