Juan Arredondo is a documentary photographer and a filmmaker with a primary interest in post-conflict and social issues. His work has been recognized with awards in art and journalism from International Red Cross, the World Press Photo Foundation, Overseas Press Club, Aaron Siskind Foundation, among others.
He started his photographic career in 2013 as a regular contributor to The New York Times and National Geographic Magazine. His work has been commissioned by the world’s major magazines Vanity Fair, Newsweek, ESPN, Der Spiegel, Le Monde, the Ford and Gates Foundation, and the United Nations, among others. He has covered a range of issues throughout Latin America, from child soldiers during the war in Colombia, mass migration, Venezuela’s unrest, to domestic issues of illegal migration, and political process.
He earned an M.S. from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and was a 2019 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.