Octavio Hoyos. Mexico City, 1974. Study journalism in the Universidad del Distrito Federal in Mexico City. Start in the photo agency Imagenlatina in the 2000. In 2003 join to the national newspaper Milenio as a staff photographer. Has been...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Journalist, Street Art, Health, Politics, Entertainment, Travel, Sports, Still Life, Fashion, Fine Art, Environment, Architecture, History, Photo Assistant, Documentary, Style, Photography, Portraiture, Stock, Events, Conceptual, Culture, International News, Arts & Culture, Humanitarian, Impact, Assignments
Skills:Image Archiving, Digital Printing, Photo Assisting, Film Scanning, Photo Editing, Photojournalism, Film Photography
Abandonment, Activism, Aging, Asylum, Black and White, Civil Rights, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Elderly, Epidemics, Essays, Faith, Family, Gender, Happiness, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Illness, Latin America, Love, Mental Illness, Pandemics, Parenting & Family, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Relationships, Sorrow, Spotlight, Still life, Veterans
Casa Madre Teresa offers a dignified space in the midst of the pandemic to vulnerable elderly people. People living on the streets, abandoned by their families and even social abuse, are welcomed to continue telling their life stories.