Marian Carrasquero is a Venezuelan documentary photographer and filmmaker. She received her B.F.A in photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design and her masters degree in Documentary Filmmaking from UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. During that time she interned for The New York Times, NPR, CNN, and The Museum of Modern Art, attended the Eddie Adams workshop XVIII and has reported internationally in Hong Kong, India, Colombia, Guatemala, and Mexico. She believes that the most important work is made at the intersection of art and journalism and is especially drawn to documenting stories relating to migration, health, gender and race.
email@example.com // @mariancaa
HuffPost Fighting Haryana's Patriarchy, This Bodybuilder Wants To Make History For India
NYT: On the Border, a Discouraging New Message for Asylum Seekers: Wait
NYT: ‘I Can’t Go Without My Son,’ a Mother Pleaded as She Was Deported to Guatemala
NYT: She Was Raped and Threatened With Death. Now She Has Lost Hope of Asylum.
NYT: ‘Mi Amor!’: Tearful Scenes as Immigrant Reunions Begin in New York
NYT: A Subway Closing? Takes More Than That to Stop This Newsman
NYT: Trump’s Travel Ban: How It Works and Who Is Affected
NYT: One Elite High School Was Diverse. Then It Got Discovered.
NYT: Women Ask ‘What if It Were Me?’ and Rush to Aid Separated Families
NPR: From The Big Top Into The NPR: Big World: A Ringling Ringmaster's Final Bow
NPR: Trump And CPAC: A Complicated Relationship No More
NPR: How The Long-Lash Look Went From The Red Carpet To Everyday Life
Aint-Bad: Yamacraw in the Sun
Gear Patrol: The Defector King of Cuban Soccer