The changing wave (on-going)
Intermitente (quarantine diary)
Graciela Cante (left), Graciela Chuc (center) and Flor Cante (right). Flor Cante is a woman of Mayan descent who lives with her family in a small town called Sotuta.
Daniel Martinez-Valle CEO of Orbia for The Financial Times.
Michele Klein Solomon. Regional Director for Central and North America and the Caribbean · (IOM - UN Migration). For El País.
Nora Volkow Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) at her great-grandfathers' house Leon Trotsky where she also grew up. For Nature.
Pedro Martinez Hernandez and Javier Martinez Chichil, hold the photo of Juan Pedro Martinez Chichil, 36 the eldest brother of this family, who died of Covid-19 last April in Stockton, CA. For The Guardian.
Polita Pepper. For years, she has dedicated herself to creating and disseminating educational programs related to Cannabis and its potential in Mexico. Made with the support of Fundación Gabo.
José Perez is a member of the Brotherhood of Nazarenes.
Oscar Arreola began to live alone at 17 and for a time lived in the streets. As a teen he consumed several drugs including Dextromethorphan, which you can buy at any pharmacy in Mexico, this led him to have Serotonin Syndrome so he has to be medicated, Cannabis helps him as a palliative to calm down and be able to concentrate. Made with the support of Fundación Gabo.
Still shot. For "Silent Beauty" Film.
Alejandra Rajal is a freelance documentary photographer based in Mexico.
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