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.


2020. Winner. Scholarship to attend the Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Seminar by VII Academy

2020. Winner. National Geographic Society Covid-19 Emergency Fund, Ruda Colectiva.

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

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