Adrián Domínguez has a long career on editorial photography, for two decades, he has portrayed a large variety of personalities and tackled reports on contemporary issues for international publishers such as Condé Nast, Gruner&Jahr, Spain-Media, Focus, GrupoZ, Prisa or Hachette. Also he has managed corporative photography for big companies and institutions such as Madrid City Council, COAM, Red Bull Media House, Repsol Foundation, LVMH Iberia, Shell Oil or Leroy Merlin.
Since last years, he's deepening on personal projects by documentary essays, placing special attention to anthropological and environmental aspects of local communities and regional territories, using storytelling to explore human impact on nature (key to sustainability). He has international recognitions (watch below) and his works has published in int'l media such as The Economist, El País, GQ, El Mundo, Esquire, International Business Times, Traveler, Vice, XLSemanal, Forbes, etc.
He is currently working in a long-term project on the Iberian countryside, an endemic issue that confronts the rural world with the urban. The celtiberian heritage is rooted throughout the Península with customs and traditions recalling the ancestral idiosyncrasies of pre-romanic tribes. But since industrial revolution the development progress leaves a country with over-exploited cities that dilutes a political border between agrarian and urbane, the city-model prevails as a process of colonization and some people are rethinking lifestyle in villages ...
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