Magalí Druscovich

Visual journalist and writer @ Freelancer / Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Visual journalist and writer developing stories focused on human rights and health, exploring trauma and resilience; specifically in Latin America. Experience covering hot news and different news assignments for international and local... read on
Focus: Photojournalist, Journalist, Documentary, Photography, Foreign, Portraiture, International News, Journalist Investigative, Freelance, Assignments, Visual Communications , Human Rights, Multimedia Journalist, Storyteller, Translator, Investigative Reporter, Feature Journalist, Education Journalism, Digital Journalism
Clients: UNICEF Haaretz Revista Anfibia
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Available in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Focused on Photojournalist, Journalist, Documentary, Photography, Foreign, Portraiture, International News, Journalist Investigative, Freelance, Assignments, Visual Communications , Human Rights, Multimedia Journalist, Storyteller, Translator, Investigative Reporter, Feature Journalist, Education Journalism, Digital Journalism
Coverage Regions: Latin America USA & Canada
Languages Spoken: English, Spanish
Years of experience: 3 to 5
Visual journalist and writer developing stories focused on human rights and health, exploring trauma and resilience; specifically in Latin America. Experience covering hot news and different news assignments for international and local publications.

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Magalí Druscovich was born in 1992 in Buenos Aires. She studied Social Communication Sciences at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA), and Photojournalism at ARGRA. In 2017, she received an ICP Director's Scholarship to study at The International Center of Photography - ICP at the Documentary Photography Program, where she got Rita K. Hillman award for excellence.

She participated in Eddie Adam Workshop XXXI and is a member of Diversify Photo Community.
 
Her work was published in numerous publications, including Reuters, El País, The New York Times, The Guardian, Revista Anfibia, UNICEF Argentina, Página 12, Clarín, LatFem, PHmuseum, Jerusalem Post, New Agency ANCCOM, Le Monde Diplomatique, Fotodemic, PECADO Magazine, and Haaretz, among others.
 
She is currently based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Clients:
UNICEF
Haaretz
Revista Anfibia
Reuters Wider Image
Reuters
The New York Times
LatFem
School:
The International Center of
University of Buenos Aires (UBA)
ARGRA