David González Sanz (Spain 1986) graduated as a social worker and then studied a postgraduate course on family violence at the Pere Tarrés University in Barcelona. He has worked on and participated in reception and assistance programmes for migrant population of the Red Cross and socio-educational projects for men convicted for gender violence.
He started his activity as a freelance photojournalist in the summer of 2013, covering the situation in Egypt after the military coup. After that, he has worked in countries like East Ukraine, Jordan, Iraq and Syria, among others. He has collaborated with the Catalan Committee of the UNHCR in Catalonia, making different photo exhibitions about the situation of syrian refugees.
Since 2007 he works as a social educator at the CRAE (Residential Centre for Educational Action) of the Casa Sant Josep in Tarragona, his hometown, in the field of protection to children and teenagers socially at risk.