IEFC · Institute of Photographic Studies of Catalonia
About Clara Go
Born and raised in Catalonia, 1969.
Photography for me started as a hobby while I worked as a web developer in Barcelona.
In addition to some photographic workshops and tutoring, I studied an Intensive course on Visual Anthropology and Documentary Photography in IEFC (Institute of Photographic Studies of Catalonia) and the rest from my education comes from reading, observing and practicing.
My first projects were focused primarily on social issues and life around Barcelona.
Lately I have been working to examine the societal upheavals resulting from economic crises, and most recently life in some Asian Countries.
I first started teaching Creative and Participative Photography workshops in Thailand and Myanmar and India. After the earthquake in Nepal, I brought my workshops around said country and at the end I founded an NGO. be artsy NGO
Nowadays I am CEO and project manager volunteer at be artsy NGO, currently living in Nepal. My interests range from photojournalism to International Cooperation. I am also interested in volunteer, wordpress, and Women Rights.
Just now, working on the Rato Baltin Project. Facing women discrimination (Chhaupadi) while menstruation, with participative photography, education and menstrual cups.