Ana Valiño is a spanish documentary photographer.
Law degree, specializing in cooperation and gender equality.
She has worked in America, Europe and Africa, where her interest in gender issues led her to carry out various works with women as the central axis. Her projects address identity construction, human rights, migration and discrimination.
She is interested in photography as a tool to re-construct history, documenting the struggles of women through time and how they have reconquered the spaces they inhabit.
Since 2014 she has been immersed in an anthropological-based photo and documentary project to rebuild collective memory with sahrawi refugee women in the refugee camps in Algeria.
Her photography wants to document and make visible forgotten or silenced realities, with an intimate and personal story that requires a deep involvement with the subjects portrayed.
Ana is part of the photograp.her collective., a collective formed with a female photographers from different countries, united by the desire to tell stories on issues related to gender, migration, collective memory and the defense of human rights.
Ana is available for assignment worldwide.