Jordi Cohen is a documentary photographer based in Barcelona. Born in Manresa, Spain. With a Medical background, he has worked for twenty years in the health sector in Spain, Latin America and Africa. Make fundamentally social reports. His work attempts to convey emotions linked to cultural aspects of different countries and civilizations. NGO Contributor AIDNOH (Haiti), Agua de Coco (Madagascar) and Cafebabel (Digital European magazine).
Has exhibited his work in Europe and America, to highlight San Diego Art Institute, CEH “Manege” St. Petersburg, Royal Geographical Society of London, Gallería Hector Garcia of Mexico City, International Festival of Social Photography in Sarcelles (France), Couvent des Minimes of Perpignan, Complejo el Águila Exhibition Hall of Madrid.
Has published in European and American media (Sunday Telegraph, CNN Blog, Leica Magazine, La Vanguardia, El Periódico, Photo France, XL Semanal, Piel de Foto, Chasseur d’Images y FotoMagazin Germany)
Has been awarded in POYLatam, Humanity Photography Awards, IPA (International Photography Awards), China International Press Photo, Prix de la Photographie (Paris), Infanta Cristina (Spain), Kellicutt International Photo Show (USA), Visa pour l’Image (France), Latin Union – Martín Chambi (Iberoamérica), Culture Photojournalism Award Latin America (Mexico) and “Save the Children” Photocontest. Finalist in International Photojournalism Award “City of Gijón” (Spain) and Descubimientos Photoespaña (Madrid).