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Highlighting Success Stories by Women Visual Storytellers and Journalists in 2020
koral carballo
Jan 2, 2021
Curated By Shuran Huang For The Visura Media Blog

As we welcome 2021, Visura is delighted to highlight success stories in 2020 by 25 women visual storytellers and journalists worldwide, who worked during a global pandemic to document and inform the world around us with their unique voices and perspectives.

Curated by Shuran Huang, the feature aims to inspire, ignite, support, and encourage all efforts to hire more women photographers, visual storytellers, and journalists worldwide. Each accomplishment was selected from the myriad of news posts shared via Visura by women photographers and journalists throughout the year. All editors and researchers are welcome to join Visura to discover new work and talent.

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Acacia Johnson (Anchorage, Alaska), Citlali Fabián (Oaxaca, Mexico), Gabriella N. Baez (San, Juan, Puerto Rico), Rosem Morton (Baltimore, Maryland), Terra Fondriest (Marshall, Arkansas), Esther Ruth Mbabazi (Kampala, Uganda), Alejandra Rajal (Mexico City, Mexico), Kiana Hayeri (Kabul, Afghanistan), Charlotte Schmitz (Berlin, Germany), Johis Alarcón (Ecuador), Koral Carballo (Puebla, Mexico), Erin Lefevre (NYC, NY), Mary Kang (Austin, Texas), Anne Ackermann (Germany), Nadja Wohlleben (Berlin, Germany), Birgit Krippner (Willington, New Zealand), Joana Toro (Colombia & New York), Anna Liminowicz (Warsaw, Poland), Ranita Roy (Kolkata, India), Arin Yoon (Kansas City, Kansas), Nikki Johnson (New York, New York), Hannah Kozak (Los Angeles, California), María Magdalena Arréllaga (Brazil), Anita Pouchard Serra (Buenos Aires, Argentina), and Etinossa Yvonne (Nigeria).  



Highlighting Success Stories by Women Visual Storytellers and Journalists in 2020 by Curated by Shuran Huang for The Visura Media Blog
As we welcome 2021, Visura is delighted to highlight success stories in 2020 by 25 women visual storytellers and journalists worldwide, who worked during a global pandemic to document and inform the world around us with their unique voices and...


Highlighting Success Stories by Women Visual Storytellers and Journalists in 2020 by Curated by Shuran Huang for The Visura Media Blog
As we welcome 2021, Visura is delighted to highlight success stories in 2020 by 25 women visual storytellers and journalists worldwide, who worked during a global pandemic to document and inform the world around us with their unique voices and...

Koral Carballo

Koral Carballo ( b. Poza Rica, Veracruz, Mexico in 1987) She tells stories related to identity, violence and territory; dissolving frontiers between photojournalism and visual arts. She began her career as a photojournalist in 2009 and in 2016 she decided to leave the local media to investigate her own long-term projects. She is currently working as a photojournalist, documentary photographer, visual storyteller and freelance artist.
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