Mexico City, Mexico
(b.1976) Freelance photojournalist focuses on political, humanitarian and social issues in Mexico, Central and South America; with more than ten years of experience working among photojournalism and documentary projects.
Her work has appeared in publications including New Yorker, GEO France, TIME, Newsweek, COLORS Magazine, Paris Match, L'Equipe, Le Monde, The Guardian, Smithsonian Journeys among others.
2005 - Canon Female Photojournalist Award, 2004 - The Inge Morath Award
- Breaking news
A General view of the Pemex Pol-A Platform Complex located in Gulf of Mexico to 44 miles from Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche, Mexico. Photo by Claudia Guadarrama
People with painted faces and dressed like the traditional Mexican figure called "Catrina", takes a part in a procession to celebrate the upcoming Day of Dead in Mexico City. Photo by Claudia Guadarrama
Before The Limit
Undocumented migrants take a rest in a refuge after they wait to the freight train for many days in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico. Photo by Claudia Guadarrama