Pepe Molina Cruz


The landscape conveys an impression of absolute permanence.

It is not hostile. It is simply there, Untouched, silent and complete.

                                                                      Edmund S. Carpenter

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Bachelor of the Arts and Postgraduate degree in Photojournalism. Since 2002, doing photo projects in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and the Antarctic.

His photo and videos have been published in various international and national media, such as Lonely Planet, The Guardian, El Pais Semanal, La Vanguardia, Doctors without Borders, and Folha de Sao Paulo. 

His photo awards and grants include: 2020 - 1st prize at the Premios Pavez for the independent short film “Requiem”, 2010 - Viphoto EFTI finalist for the “Amputated Department” project in Burma, 2009 - winner of an Amnesty International award for photography, and 2008 - beneficiary of a Young Artists scholarship of the Ministry of Education and Science “Circulo Brazil” project.

He has been working as a freelance photographer for various media and institutions since 2006. From 2013 - 2015 he taught image post-production at the Centro de Creación de Fotografía Documental (CFD) Barcelona.

From 2011 - 2015 he worked as Head of Production in the Addretouch Photolab team, collaborating in other exhibits and projects as Expo Commissioner and Photo Project Coordinator.

In 2016, he founded the Cromagnon Tv video post-production studio.

He is currently involved in the Melting Landscapes Film Project, documenting worldwide climate change, and in other independent video projects.