Angelica is a Peruvian-born and NYC raised visual story-teller. She is a self-taught photographer who holds a Visual Storytelling certificate from the International Center of Photography. 
In the summer of 2017, during a catalytic trip to Puerto Rico, Angelica met and photographically documented the life of a local fisherman in the island. This sparked an interest in Angelica, and ever since, she has combined her artistic expressions of photography and writing with her passions for culture, animals, and travel. She develops photo projects and photo-documentary series in her beloved New York, and the different places she travels to. Angelica’s photo work explores the love and connection that humans have with others, as well as with their culture, traditions, and experiences. 
Angelica intends for her audience to view her images as relatable, as well as an opportunity to understand, learn and empathize with experiences beyond their own.
Angelica’s body of work includes young indigenous girls learning photography in Oaxaca, Mexico, working children in the Andes of Peru, the story of an orphanage in Tanzania, and her current photo- documentary project of immigrants in the U.S/Mexico border, as well as a collection of photos of senior dogs and letters written to them by their owners, amongst others.
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