Carmen Sayago (Spain, 1983) is a documentary photographer based in Spain. Her work mainly focused in social issues, although the curiosity of this photographer makes it also focus other issues very little known by society, creating in each reportage a language of its own.
Since 2016, she is working in a project related to pollution and climate change. A problem that directly affects humans and that very few people know.
She is one of the emerging photographers in her country.
Her pictures have been published in the important papers and magazines national e international such as Days Japan, Il Reportage, XL Semanal, El Mundo, Interviú, Vanity Fair…
AWARDS AND EXHIBITIONS
– Honorable Mention. Environmental Category.International Photography Awards (IPA) (2017).
– Selected The Biennial Grant May (2017).
– Honorable Mention Monovisions Awards (2017).
– Selected I Masterclass Memo Colective formed by photojournalists Manu Brabo, Fabio Bucciarelli, Jose Colon, Diego Ibarra and Guillem Valle (2016).
– Honorable Mention. Photo Essay and Feature Story of International Photography Awards (IPA) (2016).
– Discoveries Photoespaña 2016.
– Accesit Fotonikon 2015.
– Honorable Mention. Photo Essay and Feature Story of International Photography Awards (IPA) (2015).