Maria Torres-Solanot, spanish photojournalist, started her career working in the spanish newspaper Heraldo de Aragon, where she worked for six years.
She is working now as independent documentary photo and filmmaker.
Among her projects: tribes of Vanuatu and Fiji, the south pacific, and Australia, maoris in New Zealand, traditional festivals in Japan, christians in Damascus (Syria), miners in Cerro Rico de Potosi, Bolivia, working kids of the cemetery in Sucre, Bolivia, and the documentary and a non profit project that documented and supported the lives of children and teenagers at risk in Bolivia for three years.
She has documented lives of people in conflictive areas such as Ukraine, Palestine, the kurdish part of Turkey, the south of Italy, and the exodus of refugees in Europe and Turkey.
Her last work is about family diversity and LGBTIQ community rights.