Ángela Ponce is a documentary photographer and photojournalist based in Peru. She focuses on long-term projects that approach Latin American social issues, political conflicts, disability rights and memory. During 2019, she was awarded; 2nd place in POY LATAM category Sports Series; Women Photograph and The Women’s Equality Center grant, among others. In 2017, she won the ICRC Humanitarian Visa d’Or (France).

Currently she is a contributor for The New York Times and her work has been published in Bloomberg, Reuters, BBC, Getty images, Harper’s Bazaar, El Pais, La Croix, Aljazeera and others.



AWARDS


2019: 2nd place. POY Latam - Sports Series 

2019: Winner. Grant from Women Photograph and The Women's Equality Center

2019: Nominated. World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass

2018: Selected. Women Photograph Mentorship Class

2018: Selected. New York Times Portfolio Review

2018: Emergi Cubes. Photoville 

2018: Selected. The Native and Everyday Projects Mentorship Program

2017: Winner. ICRC Humanitarian Visa d’Or award 

2017: Selected. Native Agency Documentary Photography Festival and IWMF

2016: Winner. National Documentary Espacio-Tiempo Award (Peru)
Based in Perú. Available for assignments in Latin America.

Angela Ponce - Photographer

Angela Ponce photographer, Lima Peru
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