Andrea Ariet (Barcelona, 1995) graduated in Journalism at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, completed a six-month study period in the Faculty of Arts and in the Nijmegen School of Management (the Netherlands) as well as a workshop abroad about European Politics at the Universite Saint-Louis Bruxelles (Belgium). She is currently doing a Master’s Degree in International Media Studies at the Deutsche Welle Akademie (DW) in Bonn, Germany.

She has always been keen to develop her skills in photography and storytelling, freelancing on different projects in her hometown and abroad. She has also worked in four cities, including Barcelona, Nijmegen (The Netherlands), the Polish cities of Wroclaw, Gdansk, and Brussels (Belgium).

Andrea’s work focuses on documentary glimpses, and current social events, with an eye for street photography: daily scenes, geometry, light, and colour, which helped her to tell different realities in varied ways.

She received the “Best Journalism Project” at the Sustainable Development and Global Justice Awards for her thesis of “Migrations through the camera: photojournalism applied to the passage of Central Americans to the United States” awarded by Fundació Autònoma Solidaria (FAS) in cooperation with the Autonomous University of Barcelona in November 2017.

Andrea has worked for Betevé (Barcelona TV) as a journalist trainee and at Reuters News Agency as a financial news reporter and translator of international news. She has also published several articles for national newspapers and worked as a freelance correspondent in Poland for the Spanish paper La Vanguardia “Lectores corresponsales” and worked as a photojournalist for the Polish online media in English language, The Wroclaw Uncut.

Since September 2021 she is based in Bonn, Germany.

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