Photographer and Videographer
Jose Colon (born in 1975 Seville, Spain).
Photojournalist based between Sevilla and Barcelona.
Self-taught photographer since 1997. After moving to Barcelona specializes in photojournalism and documentary.
His work has been exhibited in Spain, Italy, USA, Brazil and has appeared in various international magazines have local. Among his artistic collaborations highlight CCCB (Contemporary Culture Centre of Barcelona, Museum of History of the city of Barcelona and Museum of History of the city of Zaragoza.
Currently this combined freelance career, working for newspapers, agencies and private clients.
2015 - The Digital Magazine Awards 2015, 2015 - IV Premio de Periodismo “Colombine”, 2013 - Premio PHE OjodePez de Valores Humanos
- Breaking news
- Video capture
Fighting for Basic Rights in Morocco
While the world focuses elsewhere, Morocco is being roiled by protests, the biggest since the Arab Spring of 2011.
For weeks, tens of thousands of people from around that country have been marching through Al Hoceima, a city on the Mediterranean coast in the northern Rif region, against injustice and corruption. Elsewhere, solidarity marches are springing up like brush fires. The police, enforcing a ban on protests, are using roadblocks, tear gas and truncheons to fight crowds. More than 200 people have been arrested, among them leaders of a grass-roots reform movement. Journalists, too.