About

I am an award winning professional photographer. My photographs appear in publications such as the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Life, Stern, Sublime, Vanity Fair, Neon, and People Magazines, the Los Angeles Times, and in broadcast media outlets such as CNN, ABCNews, Larry King Live, etc.. My Editorial images are available for licensing via Associated Press Images, Getty Images, ZumaPress and through my personal archive http://anaelisa.photoshelter.com

My images are maintained in international archives around the world, including the United Nations, the personal archive of His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, the University of California at Santa Barbara, Direct Relief International, the ZYOZY foundation, and many other educational, humanitarian and philanthropic organizations around the world.  In addition to photography, I write and teach English as a foreign language. I am CELTA credentialed to teach English as a foreign language, having studied in Oxford, U.K.  My second mother tongue is Spanish. I have a Niveau B1 German language certificate, credentialed through the Bundesamt.  For image inquiries, sales, or collections, please contact me directly at aefpix@live.com  Thank you for visiting. This website is currently under construction. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

 

3 thoughts on “About

    • Hi Ana, That’s totally ok :0)
      I’m just happy that you liked them :0)
      I’m not a “public” person myself but I started my blog to help change that just a little and I’m still amazed every time someone reads it or even takes the time to comment :0D

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