Caracas, Capital District, Venezuela
DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHER/PHOTOJOURNALIST BASED IN CARACAS, VENEZUELA.
2016 - II CERTAMEN INTERNACIONAL SIGNO EDITORES (SPAIN), 2015 - FREEDOM HOUSE:IMAGES OF REPRESSION & FREEDOM (USA), 2015 - ICNL GLOBAL FORUM : IMAGES FOR ADVOCACY (USA)
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Venezuela ranks second in the list of most dangerous countries in the world, having a homicide rate of 53.7 homicides per 100,000 habitants according to the UN report published in 2014. Delinquency has taken many lives, criminal gangs have access to military weapons, even the use of grenades has been common on the streets lately. This has activated an alarm in the police and military ranks. 24-hour security plans have been implemented in the country, where the army has a strong presence in the streets and the most dangerous slums, but this hasn’t been enough to reduce the tragic statistics.
Caracas, Venezuela. 2016.
Eating from the garbage
The lack of staple products and food are getting worse as days go by. Shelves are empty, mile long lines to buy food surround supermarkets, and families are even forced to look for food in the garbage.Caracas, Venezuela. 2016