Juan José Torres also known as Juancho is a Colombian photographer whose images explore social inequality and human-right issues. He studied Photojournalism at the New York Institute of Photography (NYIP) and Social Communication and...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Journalist, Reporter, Documentary, News, Civil Rights and Social Inequality, Humanitarian, Assignments
I use images of spaces as metaphors to describe transition as the sole constant in life and in-betweenness as the primary state of being.
There is no beginning, middle, and end. We are the ones in motion.
I now know that I am interested in the play of light and shadow, pattern and motion. It feels that I am showing others how to look at or see the world in the ways that I do.
I look forward to seeing what comes out of my vision and my camera. Ever since I was a child, I have been continually imagining myself in the positions of the people around me, again, from curiosity. Allows me to carry on with this practice, to satisfy these questions. I try to understand my surroundings photographically both when I am traveling but also while living my everyday life. Wherever I find myself, I try to find something different, even if it is small. Fundamentally, I believe that the smallest differences can make for a great picture.