Author: Natasha Pizzey


Here is a collection of some photos I’ve taken over the past few years. 




A woman is overcome by emotion while celebrating the Virgin of Guadalupe day in Mexico City (2016). Pilgrims come from all over the country – often by foot – to the Basilica de Guadalupe in the capital.







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Couples dance to pounding ‘technobrega’ – a music based on ripped-off pop songs that’s become extremely popular in Northern Brazil.

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A migrant shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, filled with Haitian migrants waiting to cross into the US.




A Guatemalan girl clings to her mother’s leg at a migrant shelter in Mexico while waiting to find out if they can continue their journey towards the US.

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Families watch and wait for news of missing loved ones by a building that collapsed in Mexico City’s 2017 earthquake.


Child Marriage in Mexico – MalalaFund/TeenVogue

.More Than 1 in 5 Women Are Married Before They’re 18 in Mexico. Natasha Pizzey and James Fredrick, contributors to the Fuller Project for International Reporting   Thin smoke hangs over Graciela Garcia as she makes tortillas on a wood-fired stove. The adobe walls are covered in soot from the years of wives making tortillas here. “I didn’t make tortillas…