Livia Radwanski is a Brazilian freelance photographer and videographer based in México City. She received a BFA in Film/Animation/Video at Rhode Island School of Design in 2006. She worked at Pochron Studios, a fine art photography printing and retouching studio in New York City before moving to Mexico in 2007 where she has been developing long-term documentary multimedia projects as a photographer within the architecture/cultural/film industries.
Her work dwells between the realms of documentary, fine art and portrait photography and video.
Some of her clients or collaborators include: Alameda Films, Pimienta Films, Catatonia Films, Los Cabos Film Festival, Galeria Kurimanzutto, FR-EE (Fernando Romero Enterprise), New Media Advocacy Project, Liquen, Wellcome Trust Foundation, Museo Experimental El Eco, Sala de Arte Publico Siqueiros (SAPS), Museo Casa del Lago, Museo Universitario del Chopo, Discos Corason, Fundación Bancomer.
Her work has been published in Piauí Magazine , Vice Magazine, Gatopardo Magazine, Milenio newspaper, Travesías Magazine, Tierra Adentro Magazine, among others.
Her work has been exhibited in the Modern Art Museum of Mexico City, the Venice Architecture Biennale, the Spanish Cultural Center in Mexico City and the Wellcome Trust Museum in London among other spaces.
She is available for commissions and collaborations worldwide.