Javier Teniente was born in Vigo, Spain, in 1968. He has covered conflicts caused by war, marginalisation and natural disasters in different places around the world. Among his most outstanding reports are those made in Kosovo (1999), Iraq (2003), Haiti (2004), and the disaster caused by Tsunami at Banda Aceh, Indonesia (January 2005). He has won in two occasions the International Humanitarian award “Luis Valtueña” (2003, 2005) and had a special mention in the Ortega y Gassset journalism award (2006). His pictures have been published in the most respected Spanish magazines and newspapers, such as; El País Semanal, Geo, Interviú, La Vanguardia Magazine, El Mundo or Tiempo. He is the author of several books; his latest work “Children of the Ocean” it was published on December 2016. Children of the ocean was a photographic essay made in eighteen different communities around the world, made as a tribute to all those artisanal fishermen that still survives.