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Felix Marquez is a mexican photojournalist based in Veracruz, México and Santiago, Chile. He is a stringer for The Associated Press (AP) and member of Trasluz Photo Collective.
His work have been published in international outlets including The New York Times, The Guardian, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, El País, Irish Times, Journal Du Dimanche and a dozen other print and online national outlets.
Felix regularly covers the fight against drug trafficking in various states across Mexico and monitors migration issues in Central America and Mexico. Able to cover political news events, sports and entertainment. He has given workshops, conferences and lectures at various universities and exhibited his photos in Guadalajara, Mexico City, Puebla and Veracruz.
In 2011, he was awarded the National Prize for Photojournalism "Plaza de Armas", National Prize for Human Rights Photography in 2016 and Gabriel García Márquez Ibero-American Prize 2017, category image. Currently he also freelances with Getty Images, Archivo Latino, Greenpeace, the Spanish newspaper El Mundo and the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant.
In 2014 he participated in a documentary photography seminar held at the Institute of Journalism José Martí in Havana, Cuba. Márquez has worked in Colombia, Guatemala, Argentina, Perú, Cuba and Chile.
2017 - Gabriel García Márquez Ibero-American Prize, 2017 - Third Place Poy Latam 2017, 2016 - National Prize for Human Rights Photography, 2015 - Honor Mention Fotoprensa Chile 2015, 2011 - National Prize for Photojournalism Plaza de Armas
- Breaking news
- Military embed
- Video capture