Anna Álvarez Ortega (November 12, 1996, Barcelona), begins photographing the decaying architecture at the age of 16. At 18 he began her studies of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona and at the same time she discovers the "street photo" mode one night that she decides to take her "Fuji x100" party. She left the studies of Fine Arts in the same year and dedicates herself totally to photograph at night by the streets and clubs of the city of Barcelona until the present time. Her work focuses on portraying the disinhibition of her surroundings and her own in the time slot that separates Saturday night with Sunday sunrise. Always shoots with flash; A difference of other artists is that she wants people to be aware of their presence with the consequent provocation that supposes. She is currently studying the Cinematography degree at the "Bande á Part" school (Barcelona) in conjunction with the superior course of Documentary Photography given by CFD Barcelona. Fully influenced by the work of photographers such as Anders Petersen, Bruce Davidson, Diane Arbus and Bruce Gilden.