- With fewer undocumented workers to hire, U.S. farmers are fueling a surge in the number of legal guest workers -
These are images from the apple-producing region of Durango, where more Mexicans are getting temporary visas for better working conditions in the U.S.
For the The Washington Post along sharp reporting from @ksieff1 and a cross border edit by @chloecolemanmedia. Link on bio!
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"When the travelers arrived in Tijuana, I began lending my cellphone so they could contact people in their home countries. With their consent, we recorded phone calls and voice mails. We sent WhatsApp voice notes and used Facebook Messenger while I took photos with my medium-format camera. The results, edited excerpts of which are printed here, were beautiful shared moments, testimonies to hard times and reflections of uncertainty."
My most recent project in The Washington Post.
Very honored for receiving the “Keep in Flight” Award for embodying the heart and soul of John White's message at the Eddie Adams Workshop XXXI.
Mexico's incoming president named a new chief executive officer for Pemex and promised government investment of 75 billion pesos ($4 billion) in the oil sector, in a bid to revive the state-owned oil company.
Stoked to see this image of The Beulah Baptist Church of Harlem in the cover of the postcard and instagram for the @icp student exhibition! Pass by the opening next week and see what my peers and I have been working on for the last months.