I am a photographer and director born in Spain.
After I graduated in Economics I moved to the Middle East in 2012 thinking I could save the world with my camera. I started working on editorial assignments. A year later I was honored to attend the Eddie Adams Workshop in New York.
Since then, I have been working around the world. In 2016 I was selected as one of ‘PDN’s 30 New and Emerging Photographers to watch
I have received grant support from the Pulitzer Center
, the National Geographic Society
and GroundTruth among others. For the latter, I was a co-winner of an Edward R. Murrow award as a video series director.
My photo and film work has been published in National Geographic, NOWNESS, The New Yorker, TIME, Harper’s, VICE, Outside, Newsweek, Paris Match, Der Spiegel, BBC, PBS, among others. I have been commissioned by clients like Human Rights Watch, Google, Red Bull, etc.
Never saved the world, but at least I did saved myself from an 'economist life'.
I am usually in the mood to make shit happen, so get in touch and let's create something.connect
For prints or other enquiries please get in touch: juan.hma(at)gmail.com
Film directors brothers-duo: The State of Nothing
We built a cabin: @borealsong