My ongoing project 'Tierra Santa' was awarded last week a second place on the 'International Series' at BSPF (Brussels Street Photography Festival). This is a great festival which have been running for the last three years to a great success. Happy also because the other finalist were great projects from some photographers I really admire. You can learn more about the project here: http://www.guilleibanez.com/documentary-photography-spain
My project “We do not need you, here. / If I could only fly.” has been selected as the 16th grantee of Reminders Photography Stronghold Grant from 2017 June deadline submissions selected by seven commissioned judges,Peggy Sue Amison, Marie Lelievre, Emmeline Yong, Enrico Bossan, Staton..
I'm so grateful to have been included in the "honorable mentions" for the 2017 International Photography Awards for my project documenting Thupsung Dhargyeling Monastery in Dirang, India. https://www.photoawards.com/winner/zoom.php?eid=8-148971-17
An intimate portrait of a reservation in South Dakota. The article was written by Kenneth Dickerman. Click here to view the full article. Thank you Visura! The feature was one of the three selected from the Washington Post Open Call via Visura.
Visura is delighted to announce THE THREE WINNERS of the 2017 Washington Post Open Call : Diana Bagnoli, Emily Schiffer, and Brigitte Grignet . The photographers were selected by: MaryAnne Golon / Director of Photography, Kenneth Dickerman /Foreign Photo Editor and Dee Swann / Senior..
Honored and humbled that my work has been selected for the Gabriel Garcia Marquez Journalism Awards (Premio Gabo) that recognises the best journalistic works of Ibero-America. You can see all the selected works here.
I`m so excited "Scars" ( my work about the dramatic situation of greyhounds at the end of hunting season ) has been selected one of the 5 finalists in Dofotos Slovakia Documentary Contest 2017 Congratulations to the rest of finalists. The winner, next week...