CONTRIBUTER FOR /
Los Angeles Times
Adriana Loureiro Fernandez has a background in Mass Media, earning her bachelor's degree at Andres Bello Catholic University in Caracas, Venezuela, where her thesis, a photographic essay, earned Honorary Mention for publication and was exhibited in several traveling galleries around the country. She has worked with fashion photography since high-school and shortly after graduation started contributing as a freelancer for different national news outlets with feature stories based on image and text, in both Spanish and English.
In 2017 she obtained a Master Degree in Journalism at Columbia University, with concentrations in migration and photography. Her Master's Project, "The Fear of The Other", a photographic essay about youth and gang violence in Long Island, earned Honors and was published by The Intercept.
On that same year she attended New York Times Student Journalism Institute as a photojournalist and earned an honorable mention for her work.
She has training in hostile environment medical response certified by RISC.
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