Estar en el momento adecuado

Hugo Ortuño (Atlixco, Puebla 1984). Se graduó como Licenciado en Ciencias de la Comunicación, y posee un posgrado en Periodismo de Agencia impartido en Madrid, España en la Agencia EFE. Con una trayectoria en el ámbito del fotoperiodismo de tan sólo seis años, varios de sus trabajos han aparecido publicados en diversos medios nacionales y extranjeros que van desde la Jornada de Oriente en su estado natal, hasta reconocidas publicaciones como TIME, The Guardian, National Geographic, Le Monde, El País, BBC, The Times UK, Forbes, El Mundo, O’Globo, Expansión, Los Angeles Times, FIFA, entre muchos más. Durante su estancia en Madrid (España), becado por la Fundación Carolina para estudiar el Máster en Periodismo de Agencia, realizó durante seis meses prácticas en el departamento de Gráfica de la Agencia EFE, ha trabajado como fotógrafo de plantilla para la Agencia EFE en la Delegación de Montevideo (Uruguay), y ha sido colaborador activo de la Agencia Demotix, con sede en Londres, Corbis Images, la australiana Diimex y en la suite creativa de Getty Images.

Instagram: hugophotomex

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hugophotomex

Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/buuren/

MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 22: Dozens of people have gathered to demand the safe return of the 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Normal School missing since September 26 in the Mexican state of Guerrero, in Madrid, Spain, on Wednesday, October 22, 2014. "Alive were taken", "Alive we want," reads placards and banners in solidarity with the struggle of the Mexican students. More than 50 cities in Mexico and the world have organized social networks to participate in the Global Day of Action for Ayotzinapa, which held peaceful demonstrations to demand the appearance of missing normalistas. The demonstrations outside Mexico are expected in cities like Los Angeles, Chicago and Edmonton in the United States; Barcelona and Madrid in Spain; London, UK; Montreal, Canada; Bogota, Colombia; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Munich, Germany; Vienna, Austria; Naples, Italy; and Paris, France, among others. (Photo by Hugo Ortuño)

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 30: Hundreds of people marched through several streets of Madrid on a new protest called by the State Platform for Public School (formed by parent associations, teachers' unions and students) against the Law for the Improvement Educational Quality (Lomce) on Saturday November 30, 2013, in the Madrid, Spain. The march began at the Plaza of Spain for has to be concluded at the Ministry of Education, during the protest, demonstrators chanted slogans for the resignation of Minister Jose Ignacio Wert and against the implementation of educational reform and cuts in education. The self-styled 'Green Tide' seeks to show the Government on the street absolute mistake grading regressive and born dead, because it has the smallest parliamentary consensus and the educational community. Hundreds of students call for a general strike in teaching, in this case 72 hours. The Lomce, which Congress passed in recent days finally fixed the Castilian as the language of instruction, provides assessments at the end of each stage of education and reinforces the right choice centro. Since the submission of the first draft in September 2012, has enjoyed political and social rejection, and has caused two general strikes in the education community. (Photo by Hugo Ortuño)

MEZQUITIC, JALISCO, MEXICO - JUNE 11: In about 3,000 square kilometers are distributed just over 18,000 residents poorest Jalisco: Mezquitic residents north of the state, who are ethnic Wixarika. This town is considered the poorest of Jalisco, ranking 11th in marginality index nationwide. The Wixarika or wixaricas (Huichol), represents only 0.25 percent of the total population of Jalisco, according to figures from the National Municipal Information System. Without electricity in houses with dirt floors and a high level of illiteracy, wixaricas (Huichol) are mainly indigenous population, as in the case of the community of Pueblo Nuevo in the municipality of Mezquitic, in the western state Jalisco, Mexico on Tuesday, June 11, 2013. In the last decade, poverty living this community has increased considerably, with more than 4,000 people (23%) does not speak Spanish, being the mother tongue Huichol where almost half is not entitled (43%), namely, no guaranteed health service. Jalisco is the fourth largest economy in Mexico for his contribution to Gross Domestic Product (GDP), yet has one of the poorest municipalities in the country. (Photo by Hugo Ortuno)

MEZQUITIC, JALISCO, MEXICO - JUNE 11: Wixarika or Wixaricas known in Spanish as Huichol inhabit west-central Mexico in the Sierra Madre Occidental, mainly in the states of Jalisco, Nayarit and parts of Durango and Zacatecas. With their handmade garments and very colorful, wixarika call themselves the people in their language, they call Wixaritari or vaniuki Spanish and that is known as Huichol or Huichol tongue, on Tuesday June 11, 2013, in the municipality Mezquitic, in the western state of Jalisco, Mexico. The Wixarika speak a language cora-chol group that is closely related to the Nahua or aztecoide group. They have also been influenced by Mesoamerican, which is reflected in the Huichol has typical features of Mesoamerican Linguistic Area. The Huichol region is in the backbone of the Sierra Madre Occidental or Sierra Wixarika, in the state of Jalisco. Divided into five communities, each of which is autonomous, has its own civil and religious authorities. Civil authority is headed by a governor named totohuani and is renewed annually. The maraakates or maraakames -singers or priests- whose mission is to preserve and keep traditions alive. Huichol houses are built of mud, stone and reeds interlaced or interwoven according to climate and available materials, the roofs are thatched and rammed earth floors with no windows. (Photo by Hugo Ortuño)

TEMASCALTEPEC, MEXICO - DECEMBER 26: Millions of Monarch butterflies migrate from the North American continent to the high forests of fir trees in Michoacan and the State of Mexico for the winter in Temascaltepec, in the State of Mexico, Mexico, on Friday, December 26, 2014. The Monarch butterfly is a kind of ditrisio Lepidoptera Nymphalidae family, and perhaps the best known of all North American butterflies. The Monarch butterfly is unique because of its great migration. It is the insect that carries out the most extensive and in greater numbers migration and immigration generation is much more long-lived than other generations. It has high strength and longevity can reach 9 months (the migratory generation) thanks to these features can travel up to 4000 kilometers from Canada to the firs and pine forests above 3000 meters in the states of Mexico and Michoacan. (Photo by Hugo Ortuño)

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN - OCTOBER 26: The T-Centralen is shorthand for Tunnelbana Centralen, which is the central train station and metro, founded in 1957 and has a direct connection to Gamla Stan, the historic center of the Swedish capital. The Stockholm Metro is considered as the longest art gallery in the world, has more than 100 stations (47 underground and 53 surface) spread over 14 islands in the Scandinavian city, in Stockholm, Sweden, on Sunday, October 26, 2014. The Central Station is the connection point for all Metro lines, and the Arlanda Express, in which more than 200,000 passengers daily pass through this station. The Stockholm Metro, one of the most artistic of the world, mixed with a city where art in all its forms of expression has become part of life for citizens. (Photo by Hugo Ortuño)

TARRAGONA, SPAIN - OCTOBER 05: The best castellers of Spain gather for the 25th edition of the 'Competition Castells', considered 'The world largets casteller show' has been performed at the Tarraco Arena Plaza, the great castellera appointment calls the best every two years in Tarragona, Spain, on Sunday, October 5, 2014. A total of 30 groups will take part in this action, a record, the result of the impetus given by the organization, which has decided to extend the contest two days. This is the only action that has a competitive format, unlike the character display of traditional festivals where it is anticipated that about 25,000 people pass through the Tarraco Arena Plaza during the two days 'Competition Castells'. (Photo by Hugo Ortuño)

MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 23: Thousands of students in public teachings have rallied in Madrid on the third day of strike called by the Union of Students (SE) to show their rejection of the Organic Act and Quality Improvement Education (LOMCE) in Madrid, Spain, on Thursday, October 23, 2014. 'No to counter Franco. Scholarships yes, no fees. Wert resignation' is the motto of the banner that opens the manifestation of Madrid, that has elapsed between the Plaza de Neptuno, Alcala Street, next to the gates of the Ministry of Education. Between 15,000 and 30,000 students, according to the organizers, have gathered in Madrid for a demonstration as part of a 'Week of struggle', which includes three days of strikes of students and has the support of the Green Tide, IU, CCOO, UGT and associations affected by the mortgages, secular Europe, FLGTB, Coca Cola and Tide Fight White, among others. (Photo by Hugo Ortuño)

Compartir
Artículo anteriorCita Godzilla
Artículo siguiente“Tablas con talento”