I am a photographer specialized in nature and documentary photography.
For more than 5 years I have travelled across 3 continents, working with NGOs and organizations to document and tell stories of individuals and local communities.
From the indigenous ethnic groups of Panama to the schools that offer free-tuition education programs to refugees in Malaysia, my intention has always been set to raise awareness about all those people across the planet that have no voice but are in need to be heard.
In the first episode of the NATIVO Documentary we reach the Guna Yala archipelago in Panama.
Guna Yala is a peaceful community where agriculture, fishing and tourism coexist. The inhabited island where the Guna live are being impacted by climate change, that is now undermining their way of living.
The Guna have been witnessing the increase in the sea level and have been trying to contrast the phenomenon with the resources at their disposal, with catastrophic effects.