Oliver de Ros is an independent photojournalist based in Guatemala City. Born in Barcelona in 1988 he produced his first photo documentary while coursing a degree in humanities at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. In it he follows a small Gypsy community who were being ousted from their traditional home. He was then awarded a scholarship in photojournalism in Barcelona and went on to carry out different assignments for the Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia. Then he moved to Guatemala and has been working as a freelancer for The Associated Press as spot news photographer.
At the same time, he joined a multimedia journalistic production company, El Intercambio, working on long-term documentary projects about social conflicts in the Northern Triangle (Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador).