Lexi Parra

Documentary Photographer, Visual Storyteller, Community Educator

Lexi Parra is a Venezuelan-American visual storyteller and community educator based in Caracas, Venezuela. She is interested in youth culture, the personal effects of inequality and violence, and collaborative practices. She has a double... read on
Location: Caracas, Venezuela
Focus: Photojournalist, Writer, Photo Assistant, Documentary, Photography, Culture, Freelance, Assignments, Educator
Skills: Research, Translator, Audio Recording, Photo Assisting, Adobe Premier, Apple Final Cut Pro, Photojournalism
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About

About

Primary clients: The Guardian, Huck Magazine, VICE World News
Coverage Regions: Latin America USA & Canada
Lexi Parra is a Venezuelan-American visual storyteller and community educator based in Caracas, Venezuela. She is interested in youth culture, the personal effects of inequality and violence, and collaborative practices. She has a double degree in Photography and Human Rights from Bard College. Parra has contributed to publications like Huck Magazine, VICE World News, and The Guardian. She was a 2020 finalist for the Howard Chapnick Grant, an artist in residence at the Tiuna el Fuerte Cultural Park, and is a member of Women Photograph Caracas Chapter.

With the 2018 Davis Peace prize, she founded an ongoing workshop program called (Look) that creates visual literacy and critical analysis with youth in the barrios of Caracas.  


Parra is bilingual (Spanish, English) and available for assignments internationally.
She has spoken at various conferences and is open to teaching + speaking engagements as well.