Hector Emanuel is a Peruvian-American photojournalist based in Washington DC. Although he has traveled and photographed extensively throughout the world, his primary interest is the examination of social, political and environmental issues in Latin America and the US. His work reflects the great ethno-racial and cultural diversity of the Americas. Among the many prizes he has received are a World Press Photo prize and an NPPA's Best of Photojournalism award for his documentation of the civil conflict in Colombia, as well as two POYi prizes for his portrait series depicting life in Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and his work documenting festivals in Lake Titicaca communities in Peru  

Emanuel's photographs have been widely exhibited in major galleries and museums internationally and have appeared in numerous books, newspapers, and magazines. He is also President and founding member of Metro Collective, an international coalition of independent photographers united by a shared dedication to expressive documentary work grounded in human­istic stories and themes.

A partial list of clients
National Geographic
The New Yorker
Mother Jones
The New York Times
Washington Post Magazine
The Guardian
Financial Times Weekend Magazine

LA Times Sunday Magazine
M, Le Monde Sunday magazine
ESPN's The Undefeated
Men’s Journal
XXL magazine
POZ magazine
Education Week
Center for American Progress
The American Red Cross
American Medical Association
International Republican Institute
Hager Sharp Communications
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
New. London (ad agency)
Chemistry Agency (ad agency)
CFA Institute
Molina Healthcare Inc.

Hector Emanuel Documentary Photographer

Hector Emanuel is a Peruvian-born photojournalist. His work examines social, political and environmental issues in Latin America and the US.
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