Costa Rican photographer
Teresita Chavarría Campos
He was born in Heredia, Costa Rica, on 19 October 1967. Currently he is a freelance photographer and documentary.
He completed the diploma Photography in the old COT (College of Alajuela), current National Technical University (UTN). The MSc in Communication, Bachelor of Graphic Design and studied in Art History at the University of Costa Rica, San Jose.
In 1997 he started as a photojournalist in different media in the country, such as: Newspaper Al Día (Costa Rica), newspaper La Nacion (Costa Rica), newspaper La República (Costa Rica), Magazine Profile (Costa Rica), Revista Rumbo (Costa Rica) USA Today (USA), Orange County (Cal. USA), America Economia Magazine (Chile), Strategy and Business Magazine (Costa Rica), Femme Magazine (Costa Rica), Alo Magazine (Colombia).
In the same year a correspondent in Costa Rica and then in 2003 in Panama for the Agency France Presse until 2007.
He has worked as a freelance photographer for Getty Images Agency and the German Agency DPA.
Getting published in different media and publications of the agencies.
Conducts workshops with Ernesto Bazan Italian photographer in Cuba; with the Foundation for New Latin American Journalism given by the American photographer Susan Meiselas in Guayaquil, Ecuador. The "Field Notebook" workshop with Matias Costa Spanish photographer in Panama City and Workshop "Pixilización" with French filmmaker Armel Hostiu in Teorética, San Jose, Costa Rica.
Recently he participated in the workshop "Curatorial Fever" with curators Inti Guerrero (Colombia) and Pablo La Fuente (Spain) at the Curatorial Fever Teorética Workshop, San Jose, Costa Rica.
He has participated in various solo and group exhibitions in Costa Rica, Panama and Argentina.