Lucía Vázquez (b. 1993) is a documentary and portrait photographer and journalist from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She received a bachelor's degree in Journalistic Communication at the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina in 2015. Between 2013 and 2017, she studied photography at Motivarte Photography School in Buenos Aires and at the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York. Since 2012, she works as a writer, editor and photographer for the news agency “iJudicial” from the Judiciary of the City of Buenos Aires, which reports on court decisions regarding social matters. Between 2015 and 2016, she also worked as a bilingual writer (Spanish - Portuguese) for The Walt Disney Company Argentina, in its initiative Compromiso Disney/Disney Cidadania. An experienced travel journalist and photographer, she has published over a dozen articles (text and photos) about her journeys in Japan, New Zealand, Argentina and the United States in Rumbos Magazine, UNO media, Travel Magazine, Marcopolo Magazine from and Alta Magazine from Aerolíneas Argentinas, Argentina's flag carrier. In 2018, she received a Diploma in Digital Marketing from the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina. In June 2020, she graduated from the Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism program at the International Center of Photography, where she was awarded The Wall Street Journal Scholarship for Visual Journalism. Her documentary work was published in the book "2020 Edited" by Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie in Berlin, Germany; exhibited at the shows "How The Light Comes In" and “Global Images for Global Crisis” at the International Center of Photography (NYC) and featured in Vice and the photography platforms Fotodemic and Foto Féminas. She attended The Eddie Adams Workshop XXXIV in 2021, where she was recognized with The Wil Riera Inspiration Award.  She works as a freelance photographer.

Currently in: Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, basic Japanese.

CONTACT (immediate): / Instagram: @luciavazquezph