Frontline Freelance Register
Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
Rodrigo is a Mexican photojournalist. His work has been published in The New York Times, GEO, Le Monde, The Wall Street Journal, ESPN, Maclean’s, The Washington Post, Le Temps, VICE, Calgary Herald, Esquire – Russia, National Geographic en Español, Enjeux Internationaux, México Desconocido, and others. He was the recipient of a Program of Formation of Photo-Essays 2007-2008 summoned by the National Council for the Culture and Arts, Mexico.
Two years ago, Rodrigo is working with The New York Times as a primary client covering politics, violence and social issues in Mexico and Central America. His work has been included in the book Labyrinth of Glances, a look in documentary photography in Latin America and the book Descubrimientos 2010 PHotoEspaña, as well as featured in Canon Professional Network, Burn Magazine and La Jornada Newspaper in Mexico. His work has been exhibited in the United States, Mexico, Central and South America. Rodrigo studied Visual Arts in the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Currently Rodrigo is represented by Sipa Press.
Rodrigo won a 3rd place in Sports Stories category in 2013 Photo of the Year Latin America (POY Latam), 3rd place in Daily Life Multimedia category in 2010 Photo of the Year Latin America (POY Latam) and received a Honorable Mention in the Photography contest ‘Global World: through the lens of human rights’, also won several prizes in Mexico contests.
- Breaking news
A group of migrants gather beside train tracks under a bridge near to Mexico City where they have to bear the cold at dawn and be alert when train is getting close, in State of Mexico, Mexico, September 20, 2008.
Police search downtown area for small time drug users and detain them, as part of fight against Mexican drug war in Tijuana, Mexico.